The Nokia Music Store is already available in Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore and the UK, and now it is official that the musical shop in Sweden will be launched later today.
The telephones from Nokia are already prepared and registering an account is free of charge. There will be fees charged if you opt to buy tunes of course, starting at 10 SEK and raising anywhere up to 50 SEK after download fees and traffic charges.
You can check out the Sweden Nokia Music Store for yourself, and choose from thousands of the hottest tracks out there today.
Although the music store service is incredibly innovative and convenient to mobile users and music lovers around the world, it really remains to be seen whether Nokia’s persistence is actually paying off, with no details currently available on the service uptake in the countries where it has already been launched.
We will definitely keep you updated on this story and let you know if any more Music Store launches are planned, as the details become available to us.
Via: Screen Digest
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