In an effort to better compete with Spotify and other music services, Nokia announced on Sunday it is expanding its free music streaming service with an enhanced paid version of its existing Nokia Music platform
Nokia Music — the ad-free service launched in September, exclusively to Lumia smartphone users — will now offer a monthly subscription option called Nokia Music+ for about $3.99, depending on location. Spotify's subscriptions range from $4.99 to $9.99.
Although the service already allows you to download up to four one-hour mixes of music, which are playable offline, Nokia Music+ will remove the limit. It also allows you to access the service via a web app, so you can play it on your computer or smart TV, and features unlimited skips. The app is also available for download from the Windows Phone Marketplace.