Nokia launches new digital music store in Sweden
Easy access to millions of songs from international and Swedish artists
Espoo, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden - Nokia announced today that the Nokia Music Store in Sweden has gone live. With millions of tracks from major artists, independent labels, and up-and-coming Swedish acts, the Nokia Music Store let’s people enjoy music directly on their Nokia device or personal computer. The Nokia Music Store, with its compelling combination of download and streaming services, empowers you to connect to music you want, in the way you want.
“The Nokia Music Store offers great usability along with a huge selection of music from both renowned international artists and popular Swedish artists,” says Christophe Joyau, head of services, Nokia Scandinavia. “By having an integrated mobile and PC download service, the Nokia Music Store is a fantastic way to build a music collection that is truly mobile.”
With a single account, music lovers can access the Nokia Music Store via their desktop computer or directly from optimized Nokia devices such as Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia N82 and Nokia N81. Browse for new music, get recommendations or search for your favorite artists, songs or albums all from the palm of your hand. Once a track captures your attention, you can add it to your wishlist to buy later or purchase it immediately for download to your device without having to download the same song again on your computer. You can also transfer purchased songs via your PC to compatible Nokia devices.
Individual tracks will cost 10.00 SEK per track and albums from 100.00 SEK. The Nokia Music Store will also offer a monthly subscription for PC streaming for 100.00 SEK. All music on the Nokia Music Store can be purchased through credit cards and pre-paid vouchers. Other highlights include the ability to listen to a 30 second clip from any track on the store.
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