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Old July 30th, 2012, 12:02 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Kookas View Post
Here in the UK, very few networks will provide unlimited data (it's in its early stages, like 4G), so the cloud streaming thing would only be viable over WiFi. Since I'm often not on WiFi when I'm listening to music I'd probably have my whole music library stored on my phone anyway, so I'm not sure how useful it is to stream from their servers. Would be cool if I got something like T-Mobile's Full Monty package (unlimited everything) though.
I'm in the UK too
I find Google Music useful because I sync my pinned offline selection at home (library is 40GB+) and manage my playlists through the web interface. Plus I like to use stock apps where possible.

Besides I had to do it just because they said I wasn't allowed..
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