How To Get 1 Year Free With Yahoo!Music Unlimited mp3 Music Downloads
If you’re hooked on mp3 downloads and you have a Windows Mobile cell phone like the Samsung Blackjack, you should consider the Yahoo! Music Unlimited service for 6 bucks a month for unlimited music. Now, there’s a better bang for the buck with Yahoo Music’s current promotion for 1 full year of free service that’s not publicly advertised outside their website right now it seems. . .
If you sign-up for Yahoo!Music mp3 download service with a MasterCard, you get 1 additional year of their Unlimited service for free.
You’ll see the BOGO offer on the the main page for Yahoo! Music. If you click on this link rather than the main “sign-up” links elsewhere on the page, you’ll get routed to the free year promotion page.
Here are the details of the “Buy One Year, Get The Second Year Free” music download promotion which is available to new subscribers in the US only:
Once billing begins, your subscription will automatically renew on the second anniversary of your billing date — at the conclusion of your free year. The price you’ll pay at the end of the 2nd year (the free year) will be at the then-current price offered to the public for the subscription you selected, until you cancel.
The Yahoo! Music Jukebox application is free and will not be affected if you cancel a Yahoo! Music Unlimited subscription. A valid MasterCard is required at sign up. You’ll get all the nitty gritty details and additional terms during registration.
There are tons of cell phones, pda, smart phones, mp3 players and other devices that work with Yahoo! Music right “out of the box”. The Motorola Q, Samsung Blackjack and Palm Treo are on the list, so at the very least, it’s worth starting the free trial service to see if you’ll actually use the download service, 150 digital radio stations (kind of like XM or Sirius Satellite Radio on your device).