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A few weeks ago I received a slotRadio+ music card courtesy of the folks at SanDisk to play around with. The card is a preloaded microSD card that has 1,000 songs and offers 4GB of memory for saving photos, music or videos. The cards work in all Verizon devices and are available as Billboard HITS or DECADES. Each card has 8 preset playlists and the free slotRadio+ application lets you easily play the music from the card on your device. This makes for an easy solution if you're looking to have some tunes on your BlackBerry, but don't want to go through the effort of downloading songs or installing other streaming media applications. The cards also offer 4GB of additional storage so you won't be out of luck trying to save other media when the card is installed. Currently only available for Verizon devices, the slotRadio cards sell for $49.99. Not the best (or cheapest) soution for getting music, but it gets the job done.
Contest: We have two slotRadio cards (one DECADES and one HITS) up for grabs. Just leave a single comment on this post for your chance to win. Keep in mind these cards and the application only work in Verizon devices. So if you aren't with Verizon, please don't enter. Contest ends Sunday at midnight.