Today, Nokia announced the availability of their 5800 XpressMusic and Comes With Music service at Velvet Underground, Zouk, in Singapore. The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic will be sold from tomorrow, 28 February.
Nokia had a media event at Velvet Underground, Zouk, this afternoon to announce their Comes With Music service as well as the 5800 XpressMusic phone. Vlasta Berka, General Manager for Nokia Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei, was “interviewed” by two local radio deejays about the Comes With Music service.
Comes With Music allows music lovers to enjoy unlimited downloads of million of free tracks from Nokia’s online music store for the cost of a Comes With Music enabled device over a year. And you get to keep all your downloaded songs, even after the service period is over.
The consumer party would begin later in the evening from 9pm with hundreds of young clubbers and partygoers dressed in stripes. Also celebrating with Nokia are the All-American Rejects (above pic), a popular rock band from the United States, who flew into Singapore specially for the launch, and Deadmau5, a renowned hitmaker in the music world.
Available in red and blue, the Nokia 5800 Comes With Music in red and blue will be retailing at SGD798 (before tax) from tomorrow (28 Feb). The silver-black version will be sold from mid-March onwards.
Comes With Music editions of the Nokia N96 in black (RRP SGD1238), Nokia N85 in cherry black (RRP SGD938), and Nokia N79 in petrol black (RRP SGD858) multimedia computers, as well as the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic in grey (RRP SGD618) and Nokia 5220 XpressMusic in titanium (RRP SGD558) will also be sold at all Nokia Branded retail stores from tomorrow.