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Old 07-28-2011, 12:57 PM
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Default Skydrive Music Streaming Found in Mango

Although not announced, Microsoft has sneaked the ability to stream music from your Skydrive account in Mango according to Engadget.

You will be able to navigate to any folder and once you choose a song you want, it will open up in the music app.

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Old 07-29-2011, 07:37 PM
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nice feature for wifi - however over 3G watch your D/L quota disappear!
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nice feature for wifi - however over 3G watch your D/L quota disappear!
Hopefully, most of the Americans here are on grandfathered unlimited data I'm still on my Verizon $10/mo unlimited plan (yes, ten dollars), and I used up 3GB, mostly on Netflix, so far this month.
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Hopefully, most of the Americans here are on grandfathered unlimited data I'm still on my Verizon $10/mo unlimited plan (yes, ten dollars), and I used up 3GB, mostly on Netflix, so far this month.
You lucky SOB...

Unfortunately, though, most of us aren't so lucky. We have to pay out the a$$
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WOW! $10 for unlimited - thats crazy, why would Telco's offer unlimited 3G plans?
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WOW! $10 for unlimited - thats crazy, why would Telco's offer unlimited 3G plans?
Because they are not Telstra .

But, that is a pretty cool feature to have if you have good data plans and heaps of music . For me? I would rather be safe with the music on my phone, thanks
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WOW! $10 for unlimited - thats crazy, why would Telco's offer unlimited 3G plans?
American companies are notoriously short sighted. And as much as we as customers complain about how much we pay for voice/sms compared to the rest of the world, we STILL (even capped at 2GB) get better deals on data than most countries.

$25/2GB of data from AT&T, or $30/2GB for data that can actually be accessed outside of an AT&T store (Verizon) is a steal, despite what many think.
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