FINNISH PHONE FIRM, Nokia said it has signed up Warner Music Group to its music delivery service.
The service, dubbed Nokia Comes With Music, will allow Nokia customers to download unlimited numbers of tunes on to their handsets for a year.
Customers will be able to keep the downloaded music after the free year expires, the firm said.
Warner joins the Universal Music Group International and Sony BMG, on Nokia's playlist. The phone maker said it is in discussion to sign up more labels to the service, which is expected to be launched later this year. µ
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