HP and Omnifone announce Spotify rival for £8.99 a month
At the Midem conference in Cannes Omnifone and HP announced a partnership to bring digital music to PCs in ten European countries. Preloaded on HP's Pavilion, Presario and Envy PCs, MusicStation will provide access to approximately 6.5 million tracks from…
MusicStation becomes largest UK unlimited music service
What, you didn’t catch the headline? Ok, well, the mobile phone unlimited music download service from Omnifone, known as MusicStation, is now bigger than Napster or any other as far as UK subscribers go…
Vodafone goes live with MusicStation mobile music service
We knew it was coming, but this morning Vodafone went live with MusicStation, the £1.99-a-week music subscription service from Omnifone. They even persuaded Girls Aloud to totter along to the launch and grab the first downloads through the service.
It’s launching with 1.2 million tracks available, as well as live charts, personalised music news, and social networking features letting users sign up friends and share their playlists.
iPhone UK launch: O2's iPhone (and iTunes) versus Vodafone's MusicStation
O2 may have bagged the iPhone, but keen readers will know that Vodafone got its retaliation in super-early, with the announcement a couple of weeks ago that it would be launching Omnifone’s subscription-based MusicStation service in November. So how do they compare?
Well, Omnifone already has a document providing a direct comparison between the two services, which it supplied when we asked for its views. Unsurprisingly, MusicStation comes out on top for questions like ‘Available on prepay?’, ‘Cheapest device’ and features like social networking, playlist-sharing and personalised news.
Vodafone signs up MusicStation mobile music service to battle iTunes / Nokia Music Store
It’s safe to assume Vodafone HASN’T got the iPhone, then. The company has announced an exclusive deal with Omnifone to launch the latter’s MusicStation subscription service in the UK for Christmas.
It’ll cost £1.99 a week for unlimited music downloads, with the MusicStation application being preloaded on new Vodafone handsets, but also working with existing phones too (presumably you’ll be able to download the application from Vodafone’s Live portal).
Omnifone reveals more MusicStation details, but is it really an iPhone-killer?
Cast your mind back a few months, and you might remember our interview with Omnifone, which was planning to steal Apple’s mobile music thunder with its own service, called MusicStation.
3GSM 2007: Will MusicStation be a mobile iTunes beater?
That’s certainly how Omnifone, the company behind the new mobile music service, has been spinning it in a series of pre-briefings to journalists this week. MusicStation is a music subscription service for mobile phones, where you pay £1.99 a week…