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Customers Can Shop for Music, Fitness, Games, Data Services and More For their Phones All In One Central Location
San Francisco, CA (November 15, 2007) — LetsTalk, the leading online retailer of cell phones, wireless devices and service plans, today announced its partnership with ContentNow™ to make mobile content subscriptions available to in one easy location at www.letstalk.com. In another step toward offering its customers greater services and features LetsTalk shoppers can now browse a catalog online at LetsTalk and add subscriptions to individual services or bundles of content to their cart. Subscriptions can be purchased for monthly or annual fees and prices start as low as $4.95 a month.
The new mobile content subscriptions offer shoppers a wide variety of entertainment and information services - from Rhapsody's music service, which provides access to millions of songs, to fitness offerings from iTrain, which bring Hollywood personal trainers to MP3 players.
"Our partnership with ContentNow is an example of LetsTalk's commitment to offering rich, engaging content services to our customers in addition to the best cell phones and plans on the market," said Delly Tamer, CEO of LetsTalk.com. "These subscriptions are helping consumers keep up with their ever-growing desire for information and services delivered to them when they want it, the way they want it."
"The digital realm changes quickly and consumers are confused. The ability to go to LetsTalk.com, get answers and easily purchase the right digital products and related subscriptions will ease consumer frustration, focusing their attention on the richness of what is available to them," said Michael Goldstein, CEO of ContentNow."
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