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Thursday, January 17, 2013
Rhapsody and MetroPCS Offer $5 Unlimited On-demand Plan For Monthly Subscribers


Rhapsody announced today it's teamed up with MetroPCS to bring a new music plan to the carrier's subscribers.

MetroPCS customers can now pay an extra $5 per month on their plan to stream as many on-demand tunes as possible from Rhapsody's library. Available now, MetroPCS customers can add Rhapsody for $5 to its $40, $50 and $60 monthly smartphone plans.

Rhapsody works with MetroPCS to tailor its service to MetroPCS subscribers by offering customized programming and editorial content that is updated regularly.


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