Nokia has introduced its own-brand Music Store into Singapore. The service – for both mobile and PC downloads – is heavy on local reperoire following a few key deals with local Asian Labels (inc. Ocean Butterflies and RS Digital). Tracks will cost S$2 and are sold in DRM-protected WMA format. An unlimited streaming service is also available for S$16 per month. Nokia launched the service in Australia last week, and is looking at future launches in France, Spain, Sweden and Denmark.

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