Nokia has recently announced that its Nokia Comes With Music Service will be launched in the UK exclusively with wireless carrier Orange that has the rights to commercialize the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone.
The Comes With Music services offers mobile phone users access to the Nokia Music Store. The Store has more than 6 million tracks to offer and will become available for Orange subscribers starting May 29.
The Nokia 5800 Comes With Music is available to Orange customers exclusively in black / silver.
We're extremely excited about being the exclusive UK operator to offer Comes With Music on the Nokia 5800. We are always looking for ways to remove the barriers that stand between our customers and the things they love and believe that by offering this service, we are able to do just that,” said Francois Mahieu, director of devices for Orange UK.
The Nokia Comes With Music service enables mobile phone users access to download unlimited tracks from the Nokia Music Store on their personal computers. The songs can be transferred on the Orange Nokia 5800 Comes With Music Handset. Additionally, users can download songs directly on their mobile phone at standard mobile data prices. The best part of this service is that after the two-year contract expires, users may keep the songs.
“Mobile music is key to both Orange and Nokia, so we're delighted to have them as our exclusive operator for Comes With Music on our best-seller - the Nokia 5800. The ability to download all the music you love, free and legally from the Nokia Music Store on a great choice of Orange price plans will change music forever,” said Nokia UK managing director Mark Loughran.