Research in Motion has been in contact with a number of the most popular record labels in the world discussing a possible agreement that would allow him to launch a music service of their own. A number of the world’s most popular mobile companies have already been in discussions with the world’s largest record labels regarding how they can put together a music service for their mobile devices such as unlocked Blackberry Bold Touch 9900, Bold 9780, etc.. It is rumored that Research In Motion is looking to utilize these deals with record labels to launch a BBM Music service for their subscribers. The application was first noted a few months ago that it could be an application I was embedded within the messenger give users the ability to purchase and share music with their friends. It is estimated that this application would cost users around $4.99 per month.
Now that it has been confirmed that Research In Motion is working with a number of the largest record labels, you can bet that this technology may be making an appearance in the very near future. They are reportedly signed with as many as two different record labels including Universal Music Group, as well as Sony Music Entertainment. These deals alone would give them access to some of the world’s most popular bands and artists and would allow for their users to have access to some very interesting music. There are also reportedly in discussions with Warner Music Group and EMI Music.
It is good to see that Research In Motion is constantly updating their applications and are looking for new ways to bring functionality to their users. The market share that the company has lost in recent years is being a driving force for the company as they look for new ways to bring additional functionality to their users in a way that makes sense. Since the BBM platforms are something that is used by a majority of their users, you can bet that they are looking to quickly and efficiently update their service.
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