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Mercora Provides Web Radio to Cell Phones
With 100,000 radio stations available to your trusty handheld, you'll never need to listen to regular radio again.
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November 16, 2006 by Rachel Cericola

With the phone slowly becoming a widely used music player, it’s no surprise that you’d be able to tune into radio on it. Mercoa has announced the availability of its M application, which allows Windows-based smartphones and Pocket PCs to access over 100,000 Web radio stations.

M also provides users with “on-the-go” access to all of the music on their home PCs—or the PCs of five of your friends and family members. Although, I probably wouldn’t waste my minutes on mom’s Cher collection. 

The service works with the Motorola Q, T-Mobile’s Dash and the Palm Treo 700wx.

  • $4.99 per month; $14.99 for 3 months; $49.99 annually
  • Works with Windows Mobile 5.0-based smartphones, Pocket PCs
  • Access music collections of up to 5 friends and family members Follow Electronic House on Facebook and Twitter.


    Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
    Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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