Sony Selling DRM-free Songs On Dada.net for 66 Cents

Dada Entertainment, a Joint Venture between Dada S.P.A. and Sony BMG Music Entertainment, is the mobile content provider with the largest paying customer base in the U.S., offering MP3 music downloads with no DRM and Ringtones to mobile phone users across all major U.S. carriers. In addition to being a provider of mobile entertainment services they also operate a progressive Music Social Network with over 10 million members.

Starting today, Dada.net users can access music from such chart-topping superstars as Rihanna, Young Jeezy, Ne-Yo, Pussycat Dolls, Lil Wayne and so many more. Dada announced today that they have added music from Universal Music Group’s rich and diverse catalogue. Universal Music Group (UMG) is the largest music company in the world – so that means a lot more great music (ringtones and MP3s) for Dada.net users; the website now has MP3s from all your favorite UMG and Sony Music artists with more to come soon.

TGDaily writes, “Compared to the uniform 99-cent pricing on iTunes, Dada.net is offering 15-song packages for $10 per month. If we assume that you actually download 15 songs per month, the per-song-cost is 33% below the iTunes cost – 66 cents. Or, in a different perspective, songs 11-15 are actually free when compared to iTunes. 

Of course, if you don’t download at least 10 songs per month, the service will turn out to be more expensive as the song budget (described in “tokens”) cannot be rolled over to the next month. Users can cancel a subscription to the Dada.net service at any time.”

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