Cliq mobile radio service to launch this week

  There are already several ways to get music on your phone, from operators' mobile stores through to Vodafone's MusicStation subscription service, and the basic ability to sideload your own tunes onto your mobile. Now there's another, called Cliq, which lets digital radio listeners buy the songs they hear from their phones.
It involves installing an application on your handset, which will serve up a list of the five most recently played tracks on participating radio stations. So, when you hear something you like, you fire up the application, and then click to buy the song - which will cost £1.25, and be downloaded to your PC.
We wonder if it's worth paying such a premium on the price of each download, considering songs cost 79p on iTunes and other digital music services. Still, the Cliq application will be available from this week to download.
Written by Mobile Choice
Mobile Choice

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