Sprint Music Plus Brings DRM-Free Tracks to Your Android Phone


Sprint users now have access to DRM-free music tracks, ringtones, and ringbacktones by way of Sprint Music Plus. The service, powered by RealNetworks, features an exclusive music store application for Android (BlackBerry and feature phones will ship with the music store pre-installed starting in May). Music tracks start as low as $0.69, but purchasing a song together with a ringtone or ringback tone tacks on some additional savings. The Sprint Music Plus app not only allows for the purchasing of music, but also lets you manage your music library, create playlists, and assign custom ringback tones depending on caller. See the full press release below or scan the QR code seen here with your Sprint handset to download the app.

Rock Out No Matter Where You Go – New Sprint Music Plus Application Provides Access to Full Music Tracks, Ringtones, Ringback Tones and More on Sprint Phones

Want your music downloaded FAST? The Sprint 4G network enables downloading music up to 10 times faster than 3G1

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), April 12, 2011 – Most people never leave home without their mobile phone, although they may leave behind their MP3 player. Now you can share your musical tastes with those around you – or those who call you – with Sprint Music Plus, a new music application, accessed either on a Sprint phone or, which serves as a single, convenient destination for customers to discover, purchase and play individual and bundled offers of full track music, albums, ringtones and ringback tones.

Sprint Music Plus, powered by RealNetworks® Inc. (Nasdaq: RNWK), is a full-featured music and tone manager, which allows users to:

Create music playlists.
Assign ringback tones to play for different callers and times of day.
Search for music by artist, title or keyword.
Organize full tracks/albums by artist, genre and custom playlists using the music library manager.
Preview content – sample millions of music tracks and tones, which are updated daily.
Get new music recommendations based on their musical tastes.
Love a new song and want the full track, ringtone and ringback tone? Customers can save money when buying a bundle of all three products with just one click. DRM-free full tracks range from $0.69 to $1.29 per song. Customers are conveniently charged right on their Sprint bill.

“Sprint Music Plus is an easy way for our customers to discover new music and tones and manage all of their music content in one convenient place,” said Sean Khurana, vice president-Consumer Product Marketing at Sprint. “Sprint makes sure our customers always have access to their favorite music by providing a wide array of options, ranging from free apps downloaded from Android Market™, BlackBerry App World™ or to Sprint Radio to purchasing tunes from Sprint Music Plus.”

Everyone is busy these days and the last thing we have time for is to wait for our music to download. The Sprint 4G network offers one of the fastest wireless experiences among all U.S. national wireless carriers and enables downloading music up to 10 times faster than 3G. Sprint 4G, available today in 71 markets across the country, was the first national carrier to offer wireless 4G service.

Sprint Music Plus is available for Android™ powered Sprint smartphones from the Sprint Zone app and can be found on the home screen of BlackBerry® and Java Feature Phones launched after May 2010. Devices introduced before May 2010 will have access to ringtones and ringback tones from Sprint Music Plus via Sprint Mobile Web (WAP). For more information and to download the application, visit on your Sprint phone.

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  1. We are rolling now, First the only carrier with google voice integration baked into all devices starting with the Htc Evo 3d. Now we have a great option for music it only gets better and better on sprint.

    1. You are one big TOOL! If Sprint told you to shove your phone up your ass, because it will give you a better signal, you would. You stupid Sprint lemming!

      1. This isn’t even the real Richard. The real one has his profile picture and is linked up to facebook and other accounts….

        1. You may be correct sir. I just noticed that.

          1. WOW. You know how to link to the same old video you’ve been linking to for DAYS. Doggie hasn’t learned any new tricks… :[

        2. yes squiddy20 this is the real richard i just have more than one way to access this site it all depends where I am or how I decide to access either way it is me trust that

      2. Now Mr. Jdub…Your pretty much the usual troll you need to get a life I know that’s hard to do since your Thunderbolt or iphone 4 is stuck down your throat. What more should i expect your just as bad as the other bozo that squiddy20 guy you folks make laugh so much

  2. Yeah, Sprint’s growth is becoming organic. Let’s hope the new CFO, an improved line up, and cost cutting will put blue chips back into this company.

  3. Great, another Sprint app that I dont want on my new phone. It will look great next to the crappy Blockbuster app.

  4. App sucks, it will not work over WiFi.

  5. Only Sprint gives you unlimited … cross-promotion. LOL what a complete non-service. I can already get all the music I need without Sprint being an unnecessary middleman who gets to push currently-being-marketed crapiola at me.

    First Sprint ID, now this. Sprint is trying to rebrand itself as “the Product Placement Network”!

      1. Way to post a video that has NOTHING to do with what John was talking about. Try finding a Sprint ad that has something to do with their new music service, then you’ll be spot on.
        @John, I’m pretty much with you. I’ve currently got 7+ GB of music on my phone, all of which is from my iTunes library. Although I do have to admit, the DRM free bit is pretty nice.

  6. Who cares? We’re all rooted and can remove it. If it increases revenue stream for Sprint via the normal customer, and keeps us getting low cost unlimited service and good phones, how is it such a bad thing? :)

    1. Agreed.

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