Nokia Music Store makes UK debut

Nokia has today cut the ribbon on its latest venture – a digital music store.The inventively titled Nokia Music Store stocks around 2 million so

Nokia has today cut the ribbon on its latest venture – a digital music store.The inventively titled Nokia Music Store stocks around 2 million songs from all four major record labels, trendy indies and up-and-coming UK bands, with more being added daily, Nokia tells us.Tunes cost 80p each while albums will relieve you of £8 and there’s a Napster-style streaming subscription deal that also costs £8 a month. All come in WMA, wrapped up snugly in DRM and owners of either the music-loving Nokia N81 or 8GB N95 (pictured) can also download tunes straight to their handsets over the air.It’s open now but Mac users beware: it only works in Internet Explorer on a PC. D’oh.Essentials Nokia Music Store Price: 80p per track, £8 per album, £8 per month streaming On sale: Now Contact: Nokia Music Store Related stories: New Nokias take on the iPhone Amazon enters the music download business iTunes Plus minus 20p = 79p a track