RealNetworks Lets Rhapsody Out Of The House

    April 28, 2005
    WebProNews Staff

Updated digital music subscription service now lets you take music with you, similar to the Napster To Go program.

You’ll pay for a year up front, but then your Rhapsody account can be used to load up certain third party music players.

By paying for an annual subscription to Rhapsody To Go, a user gets to load and reload his music player with songs for a year. The price is $178.99 USD and includes a PC subscription to the basic Rhapsody service.

Rhapsody claims a music library of over 1 million tracks, all of which may be legally downloaded through its service.

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