Nokia Music+ Goes Live in the US
Feb 19, 2013, 4:01 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Nokia today made its Nokia Music+ service available to owners of its Lumia smartphones in the U.S. for $3.99 per month. The service was launched internationally in January. Nokia Music, which is free, has its own store through which tracks and albums can be purchased. It also offers streamed radio stations and personalized recommendations. Nokia Music+ offers more features, and gives listeners unlimited skips, unlimited downloads to their phone, higher quality music streaming, access to song lyrics, and a desktop client that allows subscribers to stream music to their PC. Nokia Music+ can be accessed directly from devices such as the Lumia 920, 822, 820, and 810.
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