Nokia Music+ Now Available in Australia

| March 26, 2013 | 5 Replies


Over the weekend, my Lumia 820 got an update for Nokia Music, which I noticed included an option to subscribe to Nokia Music+, for AUD$4.99. Yesterday, Nokia Australia confirmed the rollout in a press release (below).

In case you don’t know, Nokia Music+ has several benefits over regularly Nokia Music, including:

  • infinite skips
  • unlimited offline mixes
  • lyrics
  • listen to Nokia Music via PC/Tablet

Press Release:

Get more from your music with Nokia Music+

-Nokia adds new subscription-based music service and personalised radio app for Nokia Lumia users-


Sydney, Australia – 26 March 2013. Nokia today launches Nokia Music+, a new subscription-based music service for Lumia users for AUD$4.99 per month.



Nokia Music+ builds on the existing Nokia Music Mix Radio service allowing users to access a wide number of playlists curated by an expert team of musos and international artists.   Nokia Music+ also introduces features like infinite skips.


Other features of Nokia Music+ include:

·         the ability to download unlimited mixes for offline playback

·         the option to select higher quality audio when connecting via Wi-Fi or through your network

·         access to lyrics for those impromptu karaoke sessions

·         the ability to listen and enjoy via Internet-enabled devices including PC or tablet


Nokia Lumia users can upgrade to Nokia Music+ from their handset by selecting ‘Nokia Music’ from the main file menu, click on ‘Settings’ and there will be an option to ‘Upgrade’. You can select ‘Nokia Music+’ to activate the subscription then click on ‘Mix Radio’ to start downloading your playlists.


Users interested in trying out the new service can sign up for a free seven day trial.


There’s more good news for Lumia and Windows Phone 8 users.  Pandora, a new personalised radio app, is now available in the Windows Phone Store.


Pandora is a free, personalised radio that lets you play music and comedy. Users simply need to start with the name of their favorite artist, song, comedian or composer and Pandora will create a custom station that plays similar tracks.


Pandora is ad-free, for free only on Windows Phone 8 until the end of 2013.


Category: Applications, Lumia, Nokia, Windows Phone

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  • It is actually a good news that Nokia Lumia users can now upgrade to Nokia Music from their handset. I like the fact that some features of Nokia Music includes the the ability to download unlimited mixes for offline playback and there is an access to lyrics for those impromptu karaoke sessions.

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