New HP laptop buyers to get free music for a year
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HP Connected Music will be available in India on selected consumer notebooks from February 1, 2013. Users will have to pay for the service after the one-year free subscription expires. HP did not announce the price or whether users will have to pay for every song or every month/year.
The service is exclusive to HP devices and users will be able to carry their playlist (on the cloud) to a new HP machine, but they will have to download the songs again on the new computer. There is no option to take the songs to smartphones, tablets or non-HP devices.
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