In their latest move to compete with the digital streaming world, online music provider Rhapsody posted to its website that they’ve decided to completely rebrand themselves as Napster. Rhapsody purchased the Napster brand from Best Buy in 2011.
The message was short and simple:
“No changes to your playlists, favorites, albums, and artists. Same music. Same service. Same price. 100% the music you love. Stay tuned!”
A further look at their site disclosed some additional information.
“For our customers, partners, and employees across the U.S. and the 33 countries in which we operate as Napster today, we will be collectively known as Napster. Our goal is to create a consistent worldwide message of who we are and the services we provide. You will not need to make any changes to your settings, account, playlists, favorites etc.”
Members can get a 3 month trial for $1, then $9.99 a month.