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Mobile Content Bits: Guardian iPhone App Pricing; Spotify Launches On 3; Telegraph App Figures

Guardian iPhone app: Guardian News & Media’s forthcoming paid-for iPhone app, news of which we broke in September, is being developed by 2ergo — the people behind Arsenal’s paid-for iPhone app — and will be priced at £1.79 for a one-off download, according NMA. Disclosure: paidContent:UK’s parent company ContentNext Media is a wholly owned subsidiary of Guardian News & Media.

Spotify on 3: The music-streamer’s bundled mobile subscription deal with 3 UK has now gone live, the company confirms. Customers who buy a HTC Hero phone from 3 will get a Spotify premium sub thrown in as part of the deal.

Telegraph iPhone: Telegraph Media Group’s free news app has been downloaded 250,000 times via iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and Nokia (NYSE: NOK) phones, the company claims. TMG’s head of mobile Maani Safa says the app has recouped 10 times its launch costs due to sponsorship deals with Cisco (NSDQ: CSCO) and the Carbon Trust. Via NMA.