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Trevar
Posted: 07.09.09, 12:29 PM
Oh, and you can add it to your car if you have an iPhone and a solid Edge/3G connection. Works well in major urban areas. I even plug my iPhone into my home system, connect to wifi and stream Pandora all the time. So sweet to carry around your own personalized radio stations.
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Posted: 07.09.09, 12:16 PM
Ok well that's fair, 40 hours free is a lot so I respect them for putting a cap and $0.99 isn't bad. Thanks for the info!
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Posted: 07.09.09, 12:02 PM
Actually Pandora announced a few days ago that they're putting a 40 hour per month cap on streaming for users accessing the site for free. If you hit the cap, then it'll cost you $0.99 to continue listening for the month. Should only affect power users, and I fully support the move. I'm thinking about upgrading to Pandora One to show my support - only $36/year. Check out the blog post: http://blog.pandora.com/pandora/
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Posted: 07.09.09, 11:52 AM
I'm just glad its still free. I was reading on TechCrunch today that they are waiting for applications like Twitter to start charging their users, and that one person said they would pay five bucks for Youtube. I would think that if an application would start charging, Pandora would be one of the first or at least that would make the most sense to me. Not that I wish that, I would definitely not be happy. On a different note, I think it would be awesome if they added to cars, I haven't really become a huge fan of satellite radio but companies like Pandora and even Stitcher (the news sports and talk version of Pandora, also an Iphone app.) would be pretty awesome just because your getting much closer to what you want, at least I feel that way.
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Posted: 03.10.09, 01:53 PM
I've been addicted to Pandora for the past 3 years, but the iPhone app has completely revolutionized the way I use the service. Incredibly empowering to carry around custom tailored radio stations in my pocket. I even totally support the new in-stream ads! Only turn on the terrestrial radio to get my NPR fix. Check out my profile: http://www.pandora.com/people/trevar.mazza
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