Nokia Tests Bluetooth Music

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If you don't feel like investing in a new Sprint music phone to get your music there another way. Nokia and music label EMI have devised a dandy way to get your tunes on your cellphone using Bluetooth. The system will also allow you to get ringtones, wallpapers, video clips and vouchers—all streamed to your handset. The test for this system will, of course, be in Helsinki, Finaland. The testing phase is free and available in three coffee shops and three record shops in the city. There's one catch: You can only get it if you've got a Series 60 Symbian phone (like the Nokia N90 or Siemens SX1) and Nokia Series 40 phones (like the 6060 or the 8800). And while the trial is indeed free, expect charges to be added if this service does come to fruition.

Music trial taps into Bluetooth [BBC News]


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