Nokia has dismissed conjecture that consumer who have signed up for Comes With Music are abusing its unlimited music downloads service.
Tero Ojanpera, executive vice president of entertainment and communities at the Finnish mobile phone giant, responded to questions over how consumers are using the service at the Midem conference in Cannes, the Telegraph reports.
He told journalists: “We are seeing some people downloading hundreds of tracks a month initially, but when the base expands this will be even more like a bell curve.
“There were some bloggers who went and downloaded a lot, but once they noticed Nokia was not doing anything, they gave up. We are not really seeing anybody who is abusing the service.”
Comes With Music is now on offer with a selection of Nokia mobile phones including the N95 in both its 4GB and 8GB editions.
Customers who buy a Comes With Music phone get 12 months of free usage of the service with their purchase.
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