In an effort to constantly create the next best thing, Nokia Music, which was launched in September, possibly just one-upped the competition. Nokia Music+ will now offer a $3.99 subscription for limitless, ad-free music streaming.
According to the Vice President of Nokia, Jyrki Rosenberg, it's the only smartphone music service that offers access to millions of songs without the need to sign up, sign in, or suffer adverts in between enjoying the music.
Unlike Spotify and other companies pushing a similar agenda, Nokia Music+ costs the least and allows you to access the service through a web app, and lets users play it on a computer or smart TV. We should see this new service unfold within the next few weeks, and hopefully in the US not long after.