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Digital music enabled cell phones to replace low-end MP3 players

Posted on Wednesday, July 06 2005 @ 19:06:38 CEST by


Digital music for cell phones will become a new booming business as new 3G phones will feature more storage memory and improved performance.
"Most people are not carrying their music device all the time but they are carrying their phone all the time," Stathonikos pointed out.

Mobile phone companies are not only producing handsets with better sound quality and capacity for easy music downloads, they are also joining forces with Internet music providers and mobile operators to offer phone owners a larger range of music choices.
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