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Sounds good! Nokia Music+ starts to roll out with free 7-day trial

Published by Ian Delaney February 22, 2013

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Sounds good! Nokia Music+ starts to roll out with free 7-day trial

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Published by Ian Delaney February 22, 2013

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We’re delighted to say that the enhanced version of our popular music streaming service on Nokia Lumia smartphones, Nokia Music+, is now rolling out for a monthly subscription fee of around £3.99 / $3.99 / €3.99 per month. Even better, there’s a free seven-day trial, which you can access easily within the application using your Nokia account details.

Nokia Music+ is now live in the UK, Ireland, US, Norway, Sweden, France, and Italy. And will be appearing in markets with the existing Nokia Music service as an update in the coming weeks.

Building on the same easy to use music discovery service, Nokia Music+ lets you create your own mixes or stream from playlists curated by our expert team of musicologists and international artists. Mixes can also be saved for offline playback if you have limited network connectivity or want to save your data allowance.

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A recap of the main additional features that come with Nokia Music+:

  • The ability to download an unlimited number of playlists for offline playback;
  • Unlimited track skips providing greater opportunities to self-curate streamed music;
  • The option to select even better quality audio when connecting via Wi-Fi;
  • Lyric streaming for many tracks;
  • Listen to Nokia Music via Internet-enabled devices including pc or tablet;
  • Free 7 day trial.

If you give the trial a go and want to go back to the original free service, Nokia Music will continue to be available free of charge, with no advertisements, registration or subscription. So, why not give it a try and let us know what you think.

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To get the upgrade you simply need to open Nokia Music and head to the Settings where you should find the Upgrade option waiting for you. Tap on the Upgrade icon and you’ll be taken through to the screen allowing you to subscribe right away, or hit the Try button for your free seven-day trial.

Have you tried Nokia Music+ already? Let us know in the comment below.

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