Nokia launches mobile with unlimited music to challenge Apple
Nokia has launched its challenge to the iphone, a phone that has unlimited downloads. Rumors about the phone first broke last week.
Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, is challenging Apple for mobile music supremacy by offering a pay as you go phone with unlimited downloads.
The 'Comes with Music' phone will offer around two million music tracks from labels including EMI, Universal and Sony BMG for free.
It will cost £130 for the Nokia 5310 model and include a year's subscription to the download service. There are no charges for tracks downloaded as the cost is bundled to the phone price.
In comparison a pay as you go Apple iPhone3G cost from £349 or from £30 on a monthly tariff. It charges £7.99 per album or 79p per track on top of this for music tracks.