- Telus joins forces with Rdio: Offers Direct Billing
  • Telus joins forces with Rdio: Offers Direct Billing

    Telus announced today that they've partnered with Rdio to offer streaming music services. Rdio was launched in 2010 by former Skype founder Janus Friis. They offer nearly 9 million songs on demand, and incorporates social networking elements into their service.

    The Telus partnership come evident in carrier billing at a cost of $10/month. Might not seem like a big deal for most, but for mr it means one less thing to remember to pay each month. That price gives you unlimited access to all tracks on the PC, Mac, iOS (iPhone and iPad apps), Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Telus joins forces with Rdio: Offers Direct Billing started by TwistMyMind View original post

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