Orange to offer Nokia 5800 XpressMusic with Comes with Music flavour

There are many who have been waiting for the 5800 XpressMusic spicing Comes with Music flavour in the UK, and now they wouldn’t be in nagging wait anymore, as Nokia and Orange have announced to bring this first Nokia’s proper touchphone in the UK.

According to the announcement, the phone will be offered from 29th of May and it will be available in sliver as well as in black aside from its traditional red.

Orange will throw off the handsets under a £25/ month contract along with four different plans for texts and minutes to offer, but these coming beasts haven’t been named yet and we need not to see Jellyfish and Kookaburra plans.

But definitely there is a downside to pay so little to get access for unlimited free downloads and loads of minutes and text messages, as you have to lock yourself in a contract of two years that seems quite a long duration for device that has already got old enough.

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There are chances that Nokia will soon release some new sort of phones quite soon and it is expected that they will also be available with the same kind of service.

But it will allow users to download tracks on air and it’s a nice thing to allow you to get relish with all kind of music when on travel or other such things.

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  4. Orange planning to release 20meg broadband
  5. Public beta of Yahoo Music released in US

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