Irish artists on offer at Nokia’s new digital music store

Irish artists on offer at Nokia’s new digital music store



April 4, 2016



Nokia has launched its Nokia Music Store in Ireland. The store will offer access to millions of tracks, from global hits to local artists, and will continue to expand the catalogue by adding new content with a particular emphasis on Irish artists.

The Irish content will come from up-and-coming and established Irish artists, and includes The Coronas, Cathy Davey and Glen Hansard, with more artists to be added over the coming months.

Consumers can purchase tracks individually via a Nokia device, such as the Nokia N95 or a desktop computer. They can also stream an unlimited number of full-length tracks to a PC.

Individual tracks will cost €1.00, albums from €10.00 and a monthly subscription for PC streaming will cost €10.00.

Tim Yeo

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