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Motorola Launches iRadio On Mobiles; Drops Itunes For New Rokr Phone

Ot at least has released more details of its till-now elusive mobile/broadband radio service iRadio…The service will first run on the Rokr E2 phone, which, unlike the first Rokr phone, will not include Apple’s iTunes. Motorola aims to sell the service and phone via mobile operators.
The cell phone would be able to hold about 70 hours of music. The iRadio service, will include 435 commercial-free radio channels. iRadio will let users download channels on the computer and transfer them (using Bluetooth, no less) to play on their phones or on car or home stereos, like satellite radio.
The iRadio service will cost about $7 a month but the price may vary depending on which wireless phone service the subscriber uses, according to Motorola.
More details in the release here