The Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has announced today that it plans to deliver “music loud and clear” to users in Singapore through the launch of the revolutionary Comes With Music service in the area. The service will come to the Singapore market in the following weeks, the first time it becomes available for Asian users.
According to the company, the service will be delivered through its highly anticipated Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
handset, which should hit the Singapore market in the near future, as well as on Comes With Music variants of its known Nokia N96, Nokia N85 and Nokia N79, along with the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic and 5220 XpressMusic devices.
The Comes With Music-enabled Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
will be available for the first time in the world for users, and consumers in Singapore will be those to benefit from the launch.
As many of you might already know, the Nokia Comes With Music service is able to offer users new ways of discovering and downloading music, enhancing their music experience. Those who acquire a Nokia Comes With Music-enabled mobile phone will then be able to access millions of free tracks from the Nokia Music Store catalog during the first year. At the same time, they are also allowed to keep all the songs downloaded even after the service period ends.
“Comes With Music
sets a truly industry-leading precedent in consumer value and convenience that others are already following. Especially in these trying economic times, music lovers can stay connected to the music they like, yet no longer worry about the cost of purchasing music by single tracks or album. The freedom and simplicity of the service is unparalleled. Comes With Music is revolutionary simply because all your downloaded music is yours to keep,” said Vlasta Berka, general manager, Nokia Singapore, Malaysia & Brunei.
“Nokia Comes With Music is also coming to Singapore through a wide and popular device range across different consumer segments covering various price points, because at Nokia, our vision is to connect people to the music they want, anytime and anywhere,” he also added.