SEATTLE (AP) — Rhapsody says its partnership with T-Mobile has helped boost its number of paying subscribers to more than 2 million, up from 1.7 million in April.
Last month, Rhapsody teamed up with T-Mobile on a new service called unRadio. It allows users to stream randomly generated songs along a genre, artist or song name without ads. It also lets them save 25 favorite songs to their device and lets them skip an unlimited number of tracks.
T-Mobile's highest-tier customers got unRadio for free while other subscribers got $1 off the $5 per month service.
Rhapsody also said Tuesday it is expanding the service to Europe through its Napster division in a tie-up with France's second-largest carrier, SFR. There, the service will cost 3.95 euros per month and be called Napster Decouverte.