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Shiny at 3GSM: Omnifone's iTunes killer

Omnifone promise that their Music Station mobile application is going to change the way we buy music - Tech Digest wrote about it here. They're offering a pretty cheap subscription service, which will give you an unlimited amount of music on your mobile. Here's a video (by them - we haven't suddenly gone all edity on you) of why it's great, and why it's going to kill off iTunes.

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Posted by ScarlettSusi on February 12, 2007 in 3GSM, Gadget Shows, MP3 and Media Players, Phones, Tech News, Video reviews | Permalink

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Nice but how can Omnifone deal with what Didiom rolled out in New York last week?

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Posted by: Laura Marriot | February 12, 2007 5:37 PM

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