Cellphone music service MusicStation from Omniphone launched in Europe today, offering Europeans (and, soon, consumers in Asia) a tune package iPhone buyers won’t get.
For a monthly fee, MusicStation customers will be able to download unlimited tracks each month. The service works on 2.5 and 3G phones, comes pre-installed on participating carriers’ handsets, and MS has deals with Sony BMG, Warner, EMI, Universal, and some indies. There are a few quasi-social functions, like being able to check out what tracks are most-listened-to by other users. [via, with more info here.]