“Virgin Digital, Richard Branson’s move on the digital music market, will launch in the UK next September, a month after the service’s US debut, The Register has learned. According to industry sources familiar with Virgin’s plans, the company is assembling a range of offerings the music service will offer with a view to those launch windows. It is believed that Virgin Digital (VD) will offer both iTunes a la carte downloads and a Napster-style subscription package,” Tony Smith reports for The Register.
“The sources suggested that VD’s offer will go even further than downloads and subscriptions, but details for now remain scarce. At the service’s launch, Virgin described VD as a “full service entertainment destination for consumers who want to access their music anytime,anywhere”. Music-derived mobile phone ringtones, music hardware and possible full-length videos are possible additions to the core music offering,” Smith reports.
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