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Monday, November 19, 2007
AT&T to Launch Napster Phone in Holiday Season


AT&T said it plans to launch a mobile phone with handset maker Samsung that will be their first to support Napster's wireless digital music service, in time for the holiday season.

The mobile phone, exclusive to AT&T, will apart from other features allow customers to search a music catalog and preview song samples, and will be available in stores from November 23, the top U.S. phone company said in a statement.


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