Orange launches LiveRadio in UK

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Orange’s new LiveRadiointernet radio launches in the UKthis week - the mobile phone and broadband provider's first move into thegrowing internet radio market.
Orange’sLiveRadio device will allow listeners to tune into over 4,000 internet radiostations.
Internet radio usegrowing
Latest figures from Rajar show that around 8 million Brits tune intointernet radio stations at least once a week.
"For us it's a lot more than a radio," said François Mahieu,Orange UKdevice director. "If it was just about being in the radio market you couldargue that for an operator it might be a bit of a distraction, but we reallysee this as a gateway to other services that we offer."
Try before you buy
LiveRadio will also connect to the Orangemusic store so you can choose to buy tracks to download directly to your PC andmobile, should you so wish.
Orange’s LiveRadio can also play MP3 music files (though not AAC files,purchased via iTunes) and is set to cost £99.99 with individual downloadssetting you back 99p a pop.


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