CNET’s News.com is reporting that Nokia’s free music service, Comes With Music, is headed to the States this month. The unlimited download service, which is free for the first year, is actually built into the price of the Nokia 5800 Xpress Music phone.
Comes With Music is also the only unlimited download service we know of where after the year’s subscription is up, users get to keep all the tracks they’ve downloaded.
Although it’s primarily a service for music phones, Comes With Music is Web-based, so all tracks must be first downloaded to a PC and then copied to the phone.
The 5800, also dubbed The Tube, is set to make its US debut on February 26 for $399.