JB Hi-Fi's NOW music streaming service has struggled by comparison to its peers due to the lack of mobile listening options. As Gus has noted over at Lifehacker, in its results announcement, JB Hi-Fi said the mobile apps for the service will be rolling out within “the next four weeks”. It's expected — as is the case with Rdio, for example — that adding mobile access will increase the per-month fees that you pay. [Lifehacker]
JB Hi-Fi NOW Mobile Apps 'Soon'
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