03-27-2011 1:34 PM
So I'm new to using phones for other than calling people. I just purchased the ZTE F160 and I see it plays music. I'm going to order a microSD card for it and I'm currently using it as a GoPhone. I noticed that with AT&T music, it warns about data charges. Are data charges applied for just listening to music on the microSD card? I know you have to pay to get internet radio and all that (which I won't use), I just want to listen to music on the microSD card.
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03-27-2011 11:25 PM
No do not use AT&T Music (that cost money).
Have you read your users manaual?
Page 28: Playing an Individual Music File
You can use the following method to play an individual sound file.
1. From idle mode, select Menu > My Stuff > Audio > My Audio.
2. Highlight a sound file and press the OK Key to play it.
03-27-2011 11:46 PM
Yea, I've been reading through the manual. It's just a little confusing. It says how to play an individual music file but from what I understand, you need to use AT&T Music to browse and play playlists.
"Some activities within AT&T Music require a monthly subscription for access. A free 3-day trial of all AT&T Music services is included upon first use. After the trial, you may subscribe or continue accessing the free local music player and Shop features"
So, am I right in saying that as long as I don't use radio stations and buying music, it should be free? I guess I could just try it but I'll have to wait until I get the memory card.
Thanks for your patience in explaining this
03-28-2011 3:19 PM
The only think I can say is you'll have to try and experiment with it. I try to avaoid all ATT apps that have any hint of subscription charges. You can keep checking to see if you have a subscription here after you try.: