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AT&T to launch Beats Music family plan service on January 21

AT&T and Beats Music have a custom music streaming and download plan for family subscribers ready to launch later this month (NYSE:T)

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jan 12, 2014 11:05 pm

Wireless carrier AT&T has partnered with Beats Music to offer a subscription song streaming and download service for $14.99 per month on five accounts and 10 devices. Current AT&T Family customers will receive a 90-day free trial to the service, with individual users receiving a free 30-day trial. Subscribers can stream music in addition to downloading tracks for playback later when no phone or Internet connection is available.

 

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"Our collaboration with Beats Music is solving two major industry challenges," said David Christopher, AT&T Mobility Chief Marketing Officer, in a statement. "Beats Music is focused on delivering a different music service with personalized curation from real industry experts and AT&T focused on breaking the affordability barrier that currently exists for families in subscription and download music."

 

The Beats Music service for AT&T will publicly launch on Tuesday, January 21. Users will be able to download both a Web app and mobile app on Google Android, Apple iOS, and Windows-powered mobile devices.

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