Nokia launch the new Nokia Music Store and three new handsets to coincide with the launch of the Comes With Music service.
Last night Nokia announced the arrival of the new Nokia Music Store and three new handsets to coincide with the launch of the Comes With Music service.. The Nokia 5730 XpressMusic, Nokia 5330 XpressMusic and Nokia 5030 will deliver music lovers easy access to a wealth of tunes on the go.
The three phones will be offered at different price points in the hopes of enticing a range of users to the Comes With Music service.
“We’ve sold more than 425 million devices with a digital music player and more than 700 million devices with an FM radio, which clearly shows that the mobile phone is the natural device for listening to music and carrying it with you,” said Jo Harlow, Devices, Nokia. “Combining a connected digitalmusic player like the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic with unlimited access to millions of tracks via Comes With Music means that in addition to their favourite tracks, music lovers can discover, experiment, and keep the new music they find.”
Nokia users can currently access millions of different tracks from the Nokia Music Store either directly from their mobile phones or via a PC connection. The new Comes With Music Service which is set to launch inn Australian on March 20 bundles free downloads of unlimited tracks from the Nokia Store to selected handsets for a year – or 18 months.
People can choose from millions of tracks to download and keep them, even once their
The newest additions to the Nokia XpressMusic range – the Nokia
5730 XpressMusic and Nokia 5330 XpressMusic – will be offered as Comes With Music compatible devices in selected markets.