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Comes With Music UK celebrates 1st birthday with free early bird extensions

Mike Cooper Published by Mike Cooper Thu, Oct 15

Comes With Music UK celebrates 1st birthday with free early bird extensions

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Mike Cooper Published by Mike Cooper Thu, Oct 15

CWM-birthdayENGLAND, UK – It’s hard to believe it’s been an entire year since Comes With Music debuted its all-you-can-eat download service on UK turf. But today marks exactly one year of active duty, during which time Comes With Music has fast matured into an invaluable music solution for many people (read more Comes With Music stories). Sure, it started with a lot of folk not really certain about what Comes With Music offered – in fact, here on Conversations in particular, we never shied away from the important education process that is needed in order to fathom that you can download and forever-keep as many tracks as you like – but the past 365 days have seen a much greater understanding and appreciation for the service emerge. Equally, it’s still evolving and getting improving (and becoming more widely available across the globe) and that’s perhaps the most exciting aspect of all. So, to celebrate its first birthday, if you were one of the first people to sign up to Comes With Music in the UK, Nokia is offering those early birds a free treat as a big thank you. Read on to find out more.

Nokia is offering a free 90 day extension to folk that were among the first to sign up to the UK Comes With Music service. If you’re one of those lucky people you’ll receive an email from the UK Comes With Music team detailing the complimentary 90 day extension, so if you think that could be you keep an eye on your inbox.

If you’re new to the whole Comes With Music thing, Adam Mirabella is Nokia’s Director of Global Digital Music Retail, and he gives a great explanation of the service and examples of the sorts of new experiences it’s opened up to people using it. Watch this video to see Adam talking about what makes Comes With Music special.

Plus, here’s a really straightforward little video that shows you how to get Comes With Music up and running.

If you want to find out more, read our Almanac entry on Comes With Music. And as always, let us know what you reckon in the comments section due south.

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