Nokia has had a service you might know as “Nokia Music” for some time now, allowing it’s users to stream music for free through there Mix Radio service, but now they’re launching a second option called, “Nokia Music+”, a paid service that will be launching in the UK today.

The service costs £3.99 a month and offers users the ability to save playlists and download tracks for offline listening, basically you can download any track you like, without limitation.

Nokia says that the service will also offer higher quality tracks, in fact six times higher, rules can also be set to only allow your phone to download tracks over Wi-Fi.

Songs can also be played through the web-app on the PC, Mac or on a Smart TV.

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