Rumours that the Nokia Comes With Music service is to be withdrawn or re-branded have been refuted by the Finnish mobile phone giant.
Nokia is currently in the process of unifying its various services under the Ovi brand, prompting speculation that a re-branding for Comes With Music could be due imminently.
However, according to a report from Pocket Lint, the company has said that it will continue to offer unlimited music downloads via the subscription service and that its title will remain unchanged.
Instead it is Nokia Music, its iTunes-alike paid-for download offering, which is being rebranded as Ovi Music.
Nokia's Anna Shipley said: "Nokia Music Store is now Ovi Music, [and] existing Nokia Music Store countries will be upgraded to Ovi Music gradually during 1H 2010".
Russia was the first nation to get the Ovi Music revamp back in late 2009, although this was timed to coincide with the launch of Comes with Music, a service which had already been available in the UK for some time.
Was this article helpful?