Warner Music Group Signs On With Nokia


Mobile phone giant Nokia released word today that Warner Music Group has agreed to join its soon-to-be launched music service, which will give its device-users access to music published by Warner.

The Nokia Comes With Music service, expected launch during the second half of 2008, will let Nokia users to download unlimited music from various artists onto their mobile devices during the first year of ownership. After the year, customers can keep the downloaded music.

Warner Music Group is now the third major label to sign on board with the new Nokia program after Universal Music Group International and Sony BMG. Nokia says it is currently in negotiation with many other international labels.

| July 3rd, 2008 | Posted in Announcements |

2 Responses to “Warner Music Group Signs On With Nokia”

  1. Bernard Lavilliers Says:

    It seems to me that Nokia would do it for the sake of that that their production was bought up more usual.

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