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HP computers get Omnifone preloaded

HP computers get Omnifone preloaded

By 25 January 2010

HP has announced that it'll be launching its own streaming music service that'll be pre-loaded on sixteen models of its desktop and laptop computer range. The tunes will be supplied by UK-based Omnifone, which also runs a mobile music service called... >>

Omnifone and Gracenote team up on cloud-based music solutions

Omnifone and Gracenote team up on cloud-based music solutions

By 12 January 2010

A development from CES could see new cloud-based music solutions hitting PCs, phones, TVs, Blu-ray players, games consoles and more in the coming year. Omnifone has announced it has expanded its relationship with Sony-owned Gracenote, integrating Gracenote's... >>

Sky's mysterious music service closer?

Sky's mysterious music service closer?

By 19 February 2009

An Omnifone executive has confirmed to Pocket-lint that they are "in discussions" with Sky over the satellite company's long awaited music subscription service. Sky announced the service back in the summer of 2008, but has provided little news since of... >>

PlayNow subscribers will get to keep 300 tracks

PlayNow subscribers will get to keep 300 tracks

By 24 September 2008

Pocket-lint can reveal that in the UK the number of tracks users will be able to keep with Sony Ericsson's PlayNow service is 300. Sony Ericsson's just-announced unlimited music service PlayNow will be powered by Omnifone, the company behind Vodafone's... >>

Sony Ericsson PlayNow plus to challenge Nokia Comes With Music

Sony Ericsson PlayNow plus to challenge Nokia Comes With Music

By 24 September 2008

Sony Ericsson has announced it will take on Nokia in the music stakes with the launch of a new service called PlayNow plus. The new offering, which promises to give mobile phone users music on the go, will initially launch in Sony Ericsson's home country... >>

Omnifone to launch MusicStation Max

Omnifone to launch MusicStation Max

By 12 February 2008

Omnifone has said that it is launching what it describes as the world's first pre-licensed unlimited download mobile music phone. According to the World Mobile Congress daily newspaper, the company will launch the device, called the MusicStation Max in... >>

RIM signs Omniphone deal for UK BlackBerrys

RIM signs Omniphone deal for UK BlackBerrys

By 24 October 2007

Reuters is reporting that RIM's BlackBerry will come with the cheap, unlimited music service from Omniphone from next month, for the first time. The move is seen to counter the competition from Apple's iPhone, Sony Ericsson's Walkman-branded handsets... >>

Vodafone to offer MusicStation free to £40+ contract customers?

Vodafone to offer MusicStation free to £40+ contract customers?

By 8 October 2007

The New Media Age is reporting that Vodafone will offer Omniphone's "MusicStation" all-you-can-eat music download service for free to certain customers. We do know that the new service will be pre-loaded on some new Vodafone handsets in the company's... >>

Vodafone to offer MusicStation's unlimited download services

Vodafone to offer MusicStation's unlimited download services

By 10 September 2007

Vodafone has signed a deal to offer Omniphone's "MusicStation" all-you-can-eat £1.99 a week music download service. Customers opting in to the deal will have unlimited access to over a million tracks from Universal Music Group, Sony BMG Music Entertainment,... >>

MusicStation mobile app to challenge Apple's iPhone music appeal

MusicStation mobile app to challenge Apple's iPhone music appeal

By 11 February 2007

A UK company called Omnifone is hoping to wipe any future prospect of Apple dominating the mobile phone music business with the launch of music player that works on over 75% of handsets available today. Called MusicStation, the all-you-can-eat full-track... >>