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July 16, 2013
To be certain, AT&T's $1.19 billion deal for Leap Wireless was more about grabbing a share of the discount cellular market than buying a music service. But the fact that the deal includes a subscription-based music service will give AT&T less of an incentive to put free FM service into its phones. ...
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