T-Mobile teams up with Rhapsody for streaming music app

Uncarrier 6

These days who doesn't have a music streaming service? T-Mobile is now joining the game by announcing a partnership with Rhapsody that will result in an app. It's called Rhapsody unRadio and will hit major app stores in a few days.

Rhapsody unRadio is a new app from T-Mobile and Rhapsody that's giving customers a handful of great features. With Rhapsody unRadio from T-Mobile, you get the following:

  • Listen to your favorite songs as much as you want, online and offline.
  • Unlimited streaming of millions of songs with unlimited skips, and no ads.
  • Rhapsody unRadio is included for T-Mobile customers with our newest Unlimited 4G LTE plans, and only $4 a month for all other plans.

Rhapsody unRadio is part of Uncarrier 6.0 move.

Anyone interested in checking out a new streaming service?

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T-Mobile teams up with Rhapsody for streaming music app


For everyone who complains about the lack of offline capabilities with streaming providers: GO BUY YOUR OWN MUSIC.

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Thanks, Sam. Sounds like another interesting T-Mobile development. Now only if Legere didn't remind me of Lex Luthor so much... (j/k...mostly) :-)

I wonder how that works out for existing Rhapsody customers who switch to T-Mobile (like I might be doing soon)?