ATLANTA — A wireless phone that rocks?

You got it – plus blues or country, hip hop or rap.

Youre choice.

Capitalizing on the iPod music craze, Cingular is bringing the sound of customers’ favorite music to their mobile phones.

Cingular, Apple and Motorola announced Wednesday that they are teaming up for a new mobile phone service offering that includes access to Apple’s iTunes music library.

Users can download up to 100 songs to the Motorola ROKR phone. Which can be switched back and forth between music and phone capabilities.

“We’re excited to be the first wireless carrier to offer the world’s first phone with iTunes to our customers nationwide,” said Ralph de la Vega, chief operating officer of Cingular Wireless. “This innovative product represents a world class handset, connected to a world class network, delivering a world class application.”

The Motorola ROKR is available through Cingular outlets as of Thursday.

“We’ve worked closely with Motorola to deliver the world’s best music experience on a mobile phone,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, in a statement. “We’re also thrilled to be working with Cingular, the largest wireless carrier in the US, to bring this pioneering phone to market.”

The phone includes built-in stereo speakers and headphones which also act as a phone headset and includes a microphone.

Songs are loaded through a USB port.

The ROKR also includes text messaging capabilities as well as a digital camera.

The phone retails for $249.99 and requires a two-year commitment with Cingular.