San Diego-based Slacker, which operates an online personalized Internet radio and associated hardware players, told its users today that it has rolled out a new, lower price offering. The firm said its new "Radio Plus" service will allow for ad-free, unlimited song skipping for $3.99 a month based on an annual subscription. The new service is a significant cut from $7.50 per month. Slacker runs a personal Internet radio service which automatically downloads playlists to a Wi-Fi enabled hardware device, or which can be listened to via PC. The firm is venture backed by Austin Ventures, Centennial Ventures, Mission Ventures, and Sevin Rosen Funds.
posted on Friday, December 19, 2008
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