Nokia is slowly rolling out it optional Music+ upgrade in a number of markets, the latest being Norway. We've received word that the company has indeed pressed the big green button and Nowegian consumers will be able to upgrade their account within the Nokia Music app on a Lumia Windows Phone.
We'll expect to see Nokia continue to launch the service in other markets across Europe and beyond, especially in areas where access to other music services is either limited or non-existent. As with the other launches, there's a free trial available should you wish to test everything out before parting with your hard-earned cash.
As illustrated in the screenshots above, the service upgrade will set consumers back by 30kr (approximately $4.50). You can download Nokia Music from the Nokia Collection of apps on the Windows Phone Store. Thanks, Ronny, for the tip!
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