Nokia "Comes With Music" coming to the UK first via Carphone Warehouse
Nokia has announced that its “Comes With Music” service, which it has been signing up music companies for several months now, will go live in the UK… sometime in October.
Yes, this “groundbreaking music service” is still keeping the nitty-gritty details about itself hidden. What we do know is that The Carphone Warehouse will be the exclusive pre-pay retailer for the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic “Comes With Music” edition, and begins taking pre-orders for it today. Presumably, though not confirmed, consumers will be able to use other Nokia multimedia handsets as well — you know, ones that are less than a year old.
Simon Ainslie, Nokia UK Managing Director said, “Comes With Music is the most compelling digital music offer ever introduced to the UK. You get a fantastic Nokia device with unlimited access for a year to a huge catalog of music. We’re thrilled to be working with Carphone Warehouse to bring Comes With Music to the UK.”
Users will have unlimited access to the Nokia Music Store, and be able to keep all downloaded tracks even after the year’s subscription is over.
More information will be revealed at a Nokia event on 2nd October, which may or may not be the actual launch date. C’mon Nokia, do you want us to use your new music service or not?
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Unlimited downloads is a great idea, but it’s a shame it’s phone specific (as this phone really isn’t very good) and that the offer ends after only one year. If there was a service that offered unlimited downloads for ever without specifying the use of a particular phone, that would be far more appealing to me.