Nokia Music Store launches in Spain

Nokia’s much talked about digital music site, Nokia Music Store has been officially launched in Spain today allowing all the spanish customers to enjoy portable music whenever they wish to.

The Nokia Music Store currently boats a wide catalogue of over 4 million songs, with tracks from record labels and indie artists alike. The spanish version of the store promises tracks from artists like La Oreja de Van Gogh, Pereza, Melendi, Amaral, Deluxe, Krakovia, Coti, Ismael Serrano, Extromoduro and Miguel Bosé and Nokia has already reached agreements with various local record labels to promote the local talent too.

Speaking about the launch, Manuel Reverte, Head of Services and Software at Nokia Spain, says:

With the launch of the Nokia Music Store, Nokia aims to make available to all Spanish users of all ages the music that they want at any moment they want, with all the facilities that mobility permits nowadays,

The consumers will not be able to download music, but Nokia also offers streaming services through the store. The tracks can easily be easily synchronized and managed by using the available software for PCs. Each track will cost EUR 1.50 each, while the albums have been priced at EUR 10. The streaming service will be offered on a monthly subscription of EUR 10 and will allow unlimited streaming to any type of music available through the store. The store can be accessed by visiting
After the monumental success of Apple’s iTunes Store, more and more companies are rushing to enrich user experience by providing access to multimedia content anywhere they want. Sony Ericsson and Nokia have been doing it for a while now and Google’s Android is the latest addition to the bandwagon, offering DRM-free music from Amazon.

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