Nokia is now offering Nokia 5800 Comes With Music to provide consumers in Brazil with the music download service. TIM, a mobile operator present in the Brazilian continent, will sell the device.

Nokia 5800 is the first product to receive the service, a 3.2″ widescreen touch screen model, which already sold 3 million units since its arrival in the market in November of last year, says Nokia.

The device is available for purchase at Nokia Store SP (Rua Oscar Freire, 849) and at Nokia’s online store (http://www.nokia.com.br/loja). TIM will be the only operator to sell the solution during first month of launch. Customers that were already registered on the available pre-sales opportunity at the online store will receive their devices at home by this week’s end, informs Nokia.

By purchasing the device, says the company, users will be immediately entitled to enable the Comes With Music service and start exploring and downloading more than three million tracks of international and Brazilian artists, unlimitedly, for one year. 

Downloads can be made via PC, as well directly to the Nokia 5800 device. When this period comes to an end, consumers will be able to keep all tracks on their computers and mobile devices. For video tutorials on how to help users to activate and use the service, you can go to http://www.nokia.com.br/musica.

In Brazil, the list of labels include: Tratore, Som Livre, Deckdisc, ST2, Building Records, Atracao, among others.

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About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

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