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Phone company offers unlimited music
Nokia Comes With Music
Comes With Music users will be able to keep the tunes once the package is up

Nokia has announced that it is set to launch a service offering customers unlimited music downloads.

The mobile phone company has signed a deal with Carphone Warehouse to sell the first model.

The Comes With Music package differs from other services on offer in that it lets users keep the music they have downloaded within the 12 month period.

Universal, Sony BMG and Warner Music have all signed deals for the package which debuts on the 5310 handset.

Carphone Warehouse has exclusive rights for sales of the Nokia 5310 Xpress Comes with Music edition in the UK.

Nokia have said that British users can pre-order from today although they have yet to announce a price or say when sales will start.

More information on the music service will be available from 2 October.

The package comes at a time when music companies are attempting to claw back control of a market losing out to illegal file sharing.



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