Sunday, August 30, 2009

Nokia Music Store is now in India to appease music lovers

Now, you can hear your favorite songs on your Nokia phones. The music store service of Nokia is now in India with a collection of more than 3 million songs including international tracks, hit Bollywood songs and regional soundtracks. The music service was launched at Nokia Music Connects, one of the largest music forums, jointly owned by Music Matters, and Nokia joined with Indian Music Industry, a consortium of more than 150 music companies to offer consumers a wide range of songs in various languages. The company also inked deals with GIRI and Phoneytunes for South Indian and North Indian music. IT News reports:

To begin with, the consumers can experience Nokia Music store ( via inbox vouchers included in all XpressMusic handsets and select Nseries devices and ESeries devices such as the N97, N86 , E71, E63 amongst others.

To deliver updated content, Nokia has tied up with international music labels such as Universal Music Group, Sony Music, EMI and Warner and major independent Indian record labels including Tseries, Yashraj Music, Saregama, BIG Music, Venus and many more.

Elizabeth Schimel, VP, Music, Nokia was very much excited with the launch of their 21st Music Store in India. She said that the music store covers 20 genres and almost 90% of the Indian local music. She believe that the Music Store will revolutionise the music industry.

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