Nokia’s Online Music Store Opens in Germany

Nokia’s Online Music Store Opens in Germany
technology
Christine Huang
  • 4 march 2008

As of yesterday, Nokia’s online music store was open for business in Germany, the second country to welcome the largest cellphone maker’s virtual media shop (the first was launched in the UK in November). Nokia plans on rolling out their iTunes competitor in nine more countries by mid-2008, charging 1 euro ($1.52) per song, rivaling iTunes .99 euro/track rate.

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