Summary:

RealNetworks’ Rhapsody music service, now renamed RealRhapsody (I somehow missed that…I should start a “Rename RNWK Brands” contest, judging by the re-branding which happens ever so often by the company), has launched pre-paid content cards. The cards, which initially will be available at 7-Eleven stores nationwide, […]

RealNetworks’ Rhapsody music service, now renamed RealRhapsody (I somehow missed that…I should start a “Rename RNWK Brands” contest, judging by the re-branding which happens ever so often by the company), has launched pre-paid content cards. The cards, which initially will be available at 7-Eleven stores nationwide, use AT&T’s PrePaid WebCents technology, reports Hollywood Reporter

Each card costs $14.95 and includes one month of unlimited access to RealRhapsody’s streaming service and the power to burn 15 songs.

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