MP3.com unveils it's pay-to-play sevices
MP3.com, after have recently been bought by Vivendi Universal, unveiled it's plans to offer a pay-to-play service.
Seven pricing plans are available, ranging from $4.95 a month for 50 megabytes (MBs) of storage to 500 MBs of bandwidth to $999.99 a month for 10 GBs of storage and 200 GBs of bandwidth, but larger packages can easily be negotiated, according to the company.
It really can't get much simpler than piggybacking on a company's flagship technology and that is essentially what MP3.com is allowing enterprising people to do -- become a mini-MP3.com. Some simple math reveals that it isn't as altruistic as it seems. If MP3 gets a hundred of those customers who want 10 gigs of storage/200 gigs of bandwidth, that's a cool $100,000.
Source: Moreover News
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