After making its rounds over the UK’s shores, the Nokia Music Plus service is live for grabs in the US as well, bringing first splash over Windows Phone running Lumia smartphones. The new service can be owned for $4 a month. The subscribed user will have access to unlimited offline download/playback, as well as more control over higher stream quality and lyrics. There also will be a desktop web app for non-mobile listening.
The new service is a step forward boost to previously launched service.
Nokia Music + now available in the US. Go to Nokia Music > Settings > Upgrade to get started.
— Nokia Care US (@NokiaCareUS) February 19, 2013
If you want to subscribe to new service, all you need to do is enter with your Nokia Music app, enter the settings menu and you should see an upgrade option where you can start your monthly subscription. For conscious-enough users Nokia has done a good job, offering a free seven day trial for the service to let you decide whether it is worth hooking up to.
There’s no official telling when Nokia Music+ will made its debut in other regions, but we’ll keep our ears to ground for additional details.