Nokia to offer Free Music downloads to fight against piracy ?

Posted at March 18th, 2010 under Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

Nokia plans to bring a new music service ‘Comes with Music’ with its cell phones mainly to fight against plagiarism so that a wider base will be created and it will results in the easy free downloading of their unlimited music content from its online music store.

As it is high time Nokia realize the fact that it should come up with more innovative and exclusive content for free subscription. Nokia will offer 3.5 million tracks of all genres, from Indian and international labels.

The Nokia music software also supports Indian languages including Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Sanskrit, Konkani, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. Customers can either download their music using General Packet Radio Service or over wireless internets. They can also hook up their handset on a personal computer for downloads.

The company has tied up with independent Indian record labels including T-Series, Venus, Tips, Big Music, Eros and Indian Music Industry (IMI). Certainly this VAS initiation will attract youth segment and the price is also designed in a way that wold favors both high and mid end segments i.e. Rs 6000 to 10000.

The consumer would be able to get free music for a year from Nokia’s online store. The device will be available within the first half of this year

3 Responses to “Nokia to offer Free Music downloads to fight against piracy ?”

  1. Nokia to offer Free Music downloads to fight against piracy ? | Indian Broadband News says:

    [...] Nokia plans to bring a new music service ‘Comes with Music’ with its cell phones mainly to fight against plagiarism so that a wider base will be created and it will results in the easy free downloading of their unlimited music content from its online music store. As it is high time Nokia realize the fact Read More [...]

  2. eric says:

    i hope a new better feature from smart phone of nokia… simple and portable..!! :)

  3. Kojeje says:

    Wow.. Thats great idea Nokia…! Keep it up :)

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