Vodafone and Nokia Launches Operator Billing for Nokia Music Service in India

Leading mobile phone maker Nokia and Vodafone India join hands and launched an integrated operator billing option for its music service  known as ‘Nokia Music Store’ in India.

Vodafone India’s prepaid and postpaid  customers subscribing to the Nokia Music Service on their Nokia mobile phones now will be able to renew their service subscriptions directly through their Vodafone Prepaid and Postpaid accounts and continue downloading songs and albums from the Nokia Music Store.

In other words now Vodafone can buy/purchase any paid or premium contents from Nokia Music Service and charges will be deducted from their prepaid account or charged in postpaid bill directly.The customer need not use a credit card.

Renewal subscriptions for Nokia Music Service are available for 3 durations  Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly. Like Rs.50 for 7 days;  Rs.99 for 30 days, and Rs.250  for 90 days. Taxes and GPRS/3G data charges will be  applicable as actual usage and as per customers plan.

Nokia Music Store is the largest online  store legal digital music in India with a catalog of over 4.5 million DRM  free songs, across 16 Indian languages, with 1.4 million song downloads a day.

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  • Amit Kumar November 4, 2012 8:15 am

    Mujhe sab pata hai. Now Vodafone will start activating Nokia music store service without customers’ explicit consent.

  • PD November 3, 2012 8:49 pm

    Esmail :
    Lol, with the rising call tariffs and the shrinking pockets of the common man, downloading music legally paying a monthly fee takes a back seat. Especially with sites like songs.pk making the latest bollywood songs freely available, alongside the music release of a movie, well before the movie release dates.

    U said it, but don’t worry – who cares ? The operators are on the prowl to hoodwink, and of course, only unsuspecting ones get hooked ! Tata docomo excels in unscrupulousness – Take the case of their FLASH MESSAGE arriving on the mobile screen – OK dabaake Activate karo, BACK or CANCEL dabake exit karo – Surely few will press and …..

    Interestingly, the stake holders are deviating from the mandate, i.e. to provide a viable voice calling network ! Be alert ….! The policy making ministers are busy in defending their master(s) !

  • drkavint November 3, 2012 12:56 am

    wow iam so lucky,,,,will go for nokia again…love you…

  • Sandeep November 2, 2012 11:21 pm

    Should integrated Google Play instead.

  • Esmail November 2, 2012 8:50 pm

    Lol, with the rising call tariffs and the shrinking pockets of the common man, downloading music legally paying a monthly fee takes a back seat. Especially with sites like songs.pk making the latest bollywood songs freely available, alongside the music release of a movie, well before the movie release dates.