Nokia Music+ Live in UK For £4 Per Month

By Vamien McKalin email: | Feb 15, 2013 11:01 AM EST

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Nokia Music+ is up and running in full force for folks living in the UK, and it's only GBP 4 per month. At the moment, Nokia's offering is the cheapest when compared to Spotify and Microsoft's Xbox Music service built into every Windows Phone device.

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UK smartphone users who are willing to drop GBP 4 on Nokia Music+ streaming service will have the ability to save any amount of music they so wish for offline use, improved audio quality over Wi-Fi, unlimited Mix Radio skips along with Web streaming. For all the features users are getting here, the GBP 4 price point is pretty impressive, though this could be due in part to the Nokia Music+ inferior music catalog when compared to other services.

Still, this is a great deal and could go on to do well. What Nokia needs to do is make its Music+ app available for Android and iOS devices, along with an app for Windows 8 and Mac OSX. It is understandable that Nokia might want to keep Music+ exclusive to its own platform to boost its user base; however, that will not boost the user base of Music+.

Nokia Music+ is likely to be available in the U.S. sooner rather than later. The monthly subscription cost is expected to be $4, a better deal when compared to the GBP 4 UK users will have to cough up to take advantage of what Nokia Music+ has to offer.

For anyone interested in giving Music+ a shot, there's a seven-day free trial available.

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