Sep 11th, 2008 // Comment

cwm.jpgNokia’s “have music from labels that we’ve struck deals with available on your phone, but maybe for only a year, but maybe not, we’re not really sure but doesn’t the illusion of the celestial jukebox existing on your own personal handset sound nice in the trade publications and press releases” initiative Comes With Music will allegedly result in phones that have access to the service being $150 (£70 to £85) more than plain old phones. Why do I have the feeling that people would be more likely to buy music piecemeal on their phones over time than pay a big premium up-front to have time-limited access to it, even if doing so results in the expenditure on music being more over time? [Engadget]

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