Nokia has launched its Music+ service in Italy, according to local reports. The optional upgrade enables those who enjoy using the app available for Lumia Windows Phones to benefit from expanded functionality and further enhance the experience. The company has kicked off the gradual roll out in a number of markets.
For just €3.99 on a monthly basis, consumers will be able to enjoy:
- Unlimited downloads for offline playback
- Unlimited skips
- Higher sound quality
- Multi device use
- Lyric streaming
It's not a bad feature list and includes a number of improvements taken straight from feedback submitted by users of the Music service. Consumers can activate the subscription by heading into the Settings area of the Nokia Music app - a 7-day free trial is also available
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