When you buy a Nokia Comes With Music device, it will have a year of access to the SONY BMG catalog of music.
You will be able to download tracks to both your mobile device and computer through the Nokia Music Store during the first twelve months that you own their Nokia device.
At the end of the one year period, you can keep your downloaded tracks and, should you purchase a new compatible device or computer, you can transfer your downloaded material by substituting your new device or computer for the original devices. See also this early analyses of the Nokia music service explaining why it’s not that free.
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