Ditch your MP3 player: music goes mobile.
With phones like the
HTC Sensation XL with Beats Audio™ and
accessories like plug-in speakers and urBeats headphones being top of thousands of people’s wish lists, there’s no denying that music is more important than ever on mobile.
Storing music on your phone.
In fact, many of us are opting to ditch our MP3 players, storing our music on our mobile phones instead. It makes sense: why have two devices when you only need one? Now, mobile phones are light, offer great sound quality, have more storage space than ever, and you can use them to connect to the internet.
In the past, you’d have to copy all your CDs onto your computer, then plug in your MP3 player to update it with the tracks on your PC. But with a phone, it’s much simpler. You can buy the tracks you want straight from online music stores like iTunes, Spotify or the Three Music Store, and save them in playlists on your phone.
Making the most of free options.
And for those of us who are watching the pennies, it’s easy to listen to online radio stations and stream YouTube videos for free. The only thing you’ll pay for is data – but there’s no need to worry about that if you’ve got an all-you-can-eat data plan.
Get there via Planet 3.
Not sure how to get to the Three Music Store? Just grab your Three phone and hit ‘Planet 3’ or enter m.three.co.uk in your phone’s browser. You’ll see the Music Store link on the homepage – it’s a pair of yellow headphones. Enjoy!
Unfortunately, the Three Music Store doesn’t work on iPhones – we recommend you use iTunes instead, where you’ll find a wide range of music, movies and apps.