Verizon just announced that they will be offering slotRadio+ microSD memory cards which already come preloaded with music on most of their BlackBerry smartphone range. These music-laden microSD memory cards are not new, having been introduced by SanDisk last year, but to hold 1,000 songs from various artists who have made their way up in the Billboard charts could prove to be a deal clincher for most people, not to mention the ability to store another 4B of data on said card. Before getting the slotRadio+ card to work, you will need to download and install an application on your BlackBery, which in turn enables one to hook up to Verizon’s V CAST Music service if you want to purchase the particular song or a related ringtone on the slotRadio+ card. Each of these cards will retail for $50 apiece as they ship tomorrow, playing nice with Curve, Pearl, Pearl Flip, Storm, Storm2 and Tour models.
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