Bloody Mobile Phone Rapists

Pandora, Free to computers on the the internet, Free to Sprint, Free to Verizon, Free to the Iphone on ATT, requires a monthly Charge if used from a Windows Mobile phone on the ATT network.. What the hell are they thinking? I am sure that I can get around this if some browser masking, that is, if ATT is not watching traffic looking to slap my hand. Seriously ATT, you are already getting 10,000%+ markup on Text messages and killing me with Data charges higher then I pay for 20 computers at home for my 3 mobile phones, do you really need to rape me more by charging me for a Free service.  I wish Unlimited Data really meant Unlimited, and that it did not mean you can use it but if you use to much of something we will charge you more for it. I.E. Teathering and now Pandora. I want to punch someone right now, I left Verizon becasue they were raping me, to now come to ATT who is raping me again.. I cannot win.

The following is a cut and paste from the Pandora Blog.

 

Pandora on Windows Mobile

It’s been well over a year since I first talked publicly about Pandora for Windows Mobile. After a number of false starts and broken promises on my part, I’m happy to report that we’ve now released our first Windows Mobile implementations of Pandora.

Today we’re rolling out Pandora for the HTC XV6900 on Verizon, the HTC Touch on Sprint, and the Motorola Q9C on both Sprint and Verizon. These are free to download and are supported solely through advertising. The entire Pandora experience you’ve come to expect on the web is available on your Windows Mobile phone: create stations, listen, give feedback, QuickMix, etc.

In cooperation with AT&T we are also launching Pandora support for three additional Windows Mobile phones: the Samsung Epix, the LG Incite, and HTC Fuze. AT&T has decided to make these versions of Pandora available on a monthly subscription basis.

To get started with Pandora on your HTC Touch, HTC XV6900, Motorola Q9C, LG Incite, HTC Fuze, or Samsung Epix simply visit http://www.pandora.com using Mobile Internet Explorer on your smartphone and follow the installation instructions.

We’re continuing the work required to bring Pandora to a broader range of Windows Mobile handsets. Keep your eye on this blog and this page for updates on new handsets.

For those of you that have been keeping an eye on this since I first talked about it so long ago, thanks again for your patience. Enjoy!

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