Nokia, the Finnish smartphone giant, has just announced the arrival of Nokia Music+ in Australia, as some folks over the past weekend did notice that a new option has arrived on their respective Lumia handsets, where it showed off the option to subscribe to Nokia Music+, for AUD$4.99 a pop. It is then nice to see that an official press release was issued by Nokia Australia to confirm this.
Just in case you were wondering what kind of benefits does Nokia Music+ have over the vanilla Nokia Music, they will include the wonders of infinite skips, unlimited offline mixes, lyrics support, and the ability to listen to Nokia Music via PC/Tablet, among others. Heck, you can even choose the higher quality audio whenever you are connected over a Wi-Fi network, ensuring that your ears will gain nothing but the very best. Of course, it does help a whole lot if you have a decent pair of headphones to go with the entire experience. Have you already reaped the benefits of Nokia Music+ if you so happen to reside in Australia?
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