Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson writes in the Courier Mail that major record labels are finally embracing digital music as their industry’s saviour. They are giving consumers free reign to download as many songs as they like for a year at a time.
Meanwhile, MP3 player sales are dwindling; their numbers being replaced by music-toting mobile phones. Neither of these trends was more evident than in Singapore last week when Nokia unveiled its touchscreen, music-playing iPhone challenger and a world-first unlimited music download service that lets users download as many songs as they want in 12 months and keep them at the end of the subscription.
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