Nokia is launching Comes With Music in China today, and it’s the first market to get a DRM-free version of the all-you-can-eat music service. Nokia has partnered with Chinese firm Huadong Feitian to launch the service there, and eight handsets will be supported from day one. Another first: people who own those handsets already will be able to sign up for Comes With Music too – it’s not tied to a new purchase. Nokia hasn’t signed an operator deal, preferring to go D2C through 80,000+ retailers. “We looked at this marketplace with our label and publishing partners, and everybody agreed that the only way to captivate customers there is to offer something that is DRM-free,” Nokia’s Adam Mirabella tells Music Ally. Source: Music Ally Blog

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