1/28/2013 10:27:05 AM
Nokia reveals subscription service for its Music app
Nokia is launching a subscription-based upgrade to its free to stream music service.
Music+ will be rolled out as an update during the first quarter of this year and costs £3.99 per month. The free version of the service allows users to create their own mixes or stream from playlists. The new features of the paid-for service include the ability to download unlimited mixes for offline playback, unlimited track skips, the option to listen to higher quality music when connecting via wi-fi, and lyric streaming.
Jyrki Rosenberg, vice-president for entertainment at Nokia said: 'By removing barriers like adverts and sign-ins, Nokia Music makes it easy for users to discover and enjoy music on the go. Nokia Music+ now provides increased control over the listening experience at half the cost of many third party services.'
Author: Graeme Neill