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.
"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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