Game on as Telstra trials new gaming and music services

Telstra is planning to take a crack at the $2 billion-a-year video game market by launching a subscription service to allow its customers to stream the latest video games direct to their T-Box digital set-top box.The Australian has learned that Telstra is currently trialling the new technology and is aiming for a commercial release of the service next year.The telco will also launch a subscription, all-you-can-eat video service to rival the recently launched Quickflix subscription streaming movie service and an all-you-can-eat subscription music service with millions of songs on tap to rival similar services from Sony, Microsoft and Apple.To read this report in The Australian in full, see:

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