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News | 03/03/2004 5:00 am EST

It’s official: TELUS to offer radio services with Moontaxi
As previously reported by CNM, TELUS Corp. has launched an Internet radio service dubbed Pureradio in partnership with Moontaxi Media Inc. The service will include over 75 channels of continuous music in digital format, no commercials, the ability to skip songs and a quick download feature. The service is being offered on a free, 14-day trial basis, after which it will cost $4.99 per month (CNM, Feb. 6/04). A trademark application for the Pureradio name was flipped from TELUS to Moontaxi over the course of last month.

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