Napster expanded its mobile relationship with Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo with an over-the-air video service. DoCoMo is the only operator that offers a true all-you-can-eat music subscription service to its customers via the Napster Mobile partnership, and this new deal adds streaming videos to the mix.

Called Napster Clips, the service is limited to the new "onephone" device -- a mobile phone that connects to both cellular wireless networks as well as home local area networks. The first 20,000 people to buy the new phone will get a 6-month trial subscription to both the music and video service.