BT has launched a consumer internet radio that uses a wireless broadband connection to stream music and other content from the internet.
According to BT, internet radio represents the next step forward from DAB radio technology. While DAB provides more channels than traditional offerings, internet radio gives access to a worldwide selection of radio stations and on-demand content.
The unit is designed to complement BT's Home Hub but is also compatible with any broadband ISP and wireless router.
In addition to internet content it can also access music and mp3 files stored on a home PC.
The device is available at BT Shop for a special introductory price of £119.99 (RRP £149.99).
The BBC provided 20 million hours of live internet radio and 12 million Listen Again/On-demand hours in one month alone earlier in the year. It is estimated that the growth of internet radio means that there are now over 5,000 stations available across the world.
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