Service providers are adding music downloading to their storefronts.
From Heise Online O2 opens mobile music shop
The mobile network operator O2 is opening its new Music Shop, in which customers of O2 Germany can buy tracks both via mobile phone and the Internet, today.
Accounts are settled via the monthly mobile phone bill.
The sales platform was developed jointly by O2 Nokia and Loudeye Corp. Loudeye, which calls itself a worldwide leader in digital media solutions, lists among its reference customers the Virgin Megastores and the music channel MTV.