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Verizon plans to sell music-playing mobile phones

updated 03:05 pm EDT, Fri September 2, 2005

Verizon music phones

Verizon Wireless will reportedly start selling three mobile phones next week. The phones from Motorola, UTStarcom, and LG Electronics will have detachable storage that allows users to download music from computers, according to the report from Reuters. The phones will work on Verizon's high-speed wireless network, but will not support wireless music downloading immediately, according to the report. The new LG 8100 and CDM 8940 from UTstarcom are set to debut, while the Motorola E815 (which is already available) is expected to gain added music playing and storage functionality.




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