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Nokia is today launching its Music Store service on two handsets - the N81 and N95. You can access the store using one of those handsets or your desktop computer providing you are running Windows XP or Vista and Internet Explorer 6 or above. Tracks cost 80p each or £8 for an album. You can also get streamed music for £8 a month …

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Not the N95...

... actually only the N81 and N95-8GB, of which there are about three in the country. They seem to have decided it was better to release the service without the handset client, rather than the other way around.

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Dead Vulture

Not the N95 ... nor the N81 either

Wasn't there an earlier story on this very site about the UK mobile providers refusing to support/sell the N81*?

In which case this Nokia launch doesn't look like much, if any, of a story. Anyone want to start a book on how long the new service lasts? Put me down for the plug being pulled 31st March 2008.

Shame because I quite like the look of the N81, maybe there's a cheap SIMfree on eBay....

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Anonymous Coward

The N81 and N95-8GB have gone on sale :-)

I think you can buy the N81 and N95-8GB now. But I think you're right, not all mobile networks are selling it. I believe Vodafone are.

I can't wait to get my hands on the N81 and give it a try!

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