Being a serial early adopter can be a rough existence — you pay more, you deal with more bugs, you stand in long lines (disproportionately in the cold, it feels like), and you deal with less-experienced customer service staff. Every once in a while, though, cosmic balance swings in the other direction and rewards you for all of your trials and tribulations. Take Nokia’s Comes With Music service, for example, which is celebrating its one-year anniversary of British service by extending the original one-year agreement by an additional 90 days for those who were “among the first” to sign up. They’re not specifying what the cutoff is here, but subscribers are being told to keep an eye on their email — so get ready to enjoy another 90 days of unlimited download bliss.
Nokia grants service extension to early UK Comes With Music buyers originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Thu, 15 Oct 2009 12:33:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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