Shortly after unleashing the Comes With Music service in Singapore, Nokia now wants to conquer Australia with it as well.
The Finnish company has just announced that the unlimited music download service is set to debut on March 20 in the Southern hemisphere country.
Even more, Nokia will also launch its 5800 XpressMusic touchscreen handset, thus offering Australian users the chance to have one of the most craved music-oriented devices in the last months (its global sales topped 1 million units since the end of 2008).
Together with a 12-month subscription to Comes With Music, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic will cost 979 AUD (640 USD). You’ll also be able to buy it with a 18-month CWM subscription, for 1,109 AUD (725 USD).
Both offerings will allow you to download as much music as you want until the subscription period ends.
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