Nokia, the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, announced today that it would add Warner Music Group’s catalogue of music to its soon to be launched Nokia Comes With Music service. In recent months, Nokia has been aggressive in signing up major labels to its music server. Warner joins Universal Music Group and Sony BMG.
“Warner Music Group has been a pioneer in developing new digital music business models and we are pleased to have them” on board, the head of Nokia’s entertainment unit Tero Ojanperae said in a statement.
The Nokia Comes With Music service should launch in the second half of this year. Customers will be able to download unlimited music for the first year and keep the downloaded music.
Warner Music Group content will also be available through the Nokia Music Store. Nokia is believed to be in discussions with other music labels