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Nokia MixRadio lands in China aiming at 500M mobile web users

Nokia MixRadio has launched in China making it the first global streaming company to do so and giving it a leg up on the competition

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

Nokia has been operating its own music streaming service and trying to compete against the big dogs in the market like iTunes and Spotify. Nokia's service is called MixRadio and it has now launched in China.

 

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With the Chinese launch, Nokia has become the first global music streaming company to launch in the country. The launch gives Nokia access to half a billion internet users that access the web via a mobile device.

 

With the new launch, MixRadio is available in 31 countries around the world. To localize the service for Chinese users a bit, Nokia has teamed with Chinese musicians to create curated playlists. The artists include Khalil Fong, Tia Ray, and DJ Wordy.

NEWS SOURCES:Hypebot.com

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