T-Mobile has announced that it will be making Nokia's Comes With Music service available to its customers - the service is already available from Orange and 3.
Nokia's Comes With Music service has been out for around a year but it's only now that T-Mobile has decided to take up the facility. However, T-Mobile has resisted the urge to allow the service to sneak out via the back door. Instead, it has provided a minor splash. Providing free and unlimited music downloads for 1 year from a list of more than 6 million tracks, Comes With Music will be offered by T-Mobile bundled with a special chrome edition of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, according to the Pocket-lint website.
The new package will be available to buy from 1st November for free when you purchase a contract, over two years, for at least £30 per month. Without the Comes With Music Service, the Nokia 5800 is available for free, from T-Mobile, for £15 per month.
Nokia will be pleased with the announcement because, as we have already reported, the music service is not have the best of times with only 33,000 subscribed users in the UK.
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