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Cricket's Muve Music Service Available on an Android Device
Posted: 08-Sep-2011 [Source: Cricket]

[Cricket to launch the Samsung Vitality handset making its Muve Music service available for the first time on the Android platform.]

San Diego and Dallas -- Cricket Communications and Samsung Mobile today announced that Cricket's fast-growing new music service, Muve Music, will soon be available for the first time on an Android device, the Samsung Vitality. With the launch of the Vitality, Muve Music is now enabled on two Samsung devices, a smartphone and a feature phone. A broader portfolio of Muve Music enabled handsets are due to launch later this year.

"We are excited to bring Muve Music to Android on the Samsung Vitality," said Jeff Toig, general manager of Muve Music for Cricket. "Muve Music is among the fastest growing music services in the U.S. and we believe Muve Music on Android will further accelerate our growth and help Cricket appeal to music lovers everywhere."

"We are excited to introduce the Samsung Vitality as the first Samsung device on Cricket's network that operates on Android 2.3," said Dale Sohn, president of Samsung Mobile. "The Vitality pairs a brilliant design with a fun and intuitive experience, making it a perfect choice for any smartphone user."

Optimized for a superior music experience, the Samsung Vitality is Cricket's first Muve Music enabled Android smartphone. Operating on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform powered by an 800MHz processor, the fast and affordable Samsung Vitality is easy to use and features Muve Music as well as the Android Market™, Gmail™, Google Maps™ and Google Talk™. The Samsung Vitality comes preloaded with a special Muve Music 4GB SanDisk flash memory card, which holds up to 3,000 songs and has 1GB set aside for other multimedia content such as photos and videos. An 8GB Muve Music memory card will be available for purchase and holds up to 6,000 songs from the Muve Music service.

Other key features include:

* Real web browsing at 3G speeds

* 3.5" HVGA Touchscreen display

* 3.2MP camera/camcorder

* Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology

* Wi-Fi®

* Access to more than 250,000 apps through the Android Market™

* Social networking capabilities

* Email applications for both consumer and business email

* Voice search

With the Muve Music Smartphone plan, Cricket Wireless customers will enjoy unlimited song downloads, ringtones, and ringback tones, as well as unlimited nationwide calling, text, picture, and video messaging, 3G mobile data, mobile video, data back-up, and 411 assistance all for just $65 per month.

Muve Music is the first unlimited music service to be included as part of a wireless rate plan and now has more than 200,000 customers. By applying its philosophy of unlimited services and value innovation, Cricket and Muve Music have given their customers a new music experience that ranks high in customer satisfaction.

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