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Monday, January 28, 2013

Nokia introduces subscription-based music streaming service

Nokia is adding a subscription-based music streaming service to its product portfolio. The new service builds on the success of Nokia Mix Radio, a free streaming service that uses caching to avoid interruptions when the listener is temporarily offline.

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Nokia Music+ offers unlimited downloads, higher quality playback and the ability to skip between different tracks. In addition, there’ll be a web-based music player as well.

UK pricing hasn’t been confirmed, although it’s expected to be around €3.99/$3.99 (£2.50-£3.50) per month.

[Nokia Conversations blog]

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