Mobile recycling may be an option worth considering for music lovers as a new handset could provide them with the opportunity to download a number of songs.
Nokia has revealed the year’s ten most popular downloadable movie soundtracks for users of its Comes With Music service.
The Oscars awarded Pixar movie Up last night in Los Angeles (March 7th) for its music but consumers preferred films such as teen vampire sensation Twilight – which was Nokia’s most downloaded soundtrack between December 2008 and January of this year.
Oscar-nominated sci-fi blockbuster Avatar secured second place in the list, while there was also success for Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds.
Music fans could wish to consider upgrading to a handset better suited to their tastes, something which mobile recycling could allow.
Consumers may enjoy being able to listen to a huge range of tracks, both new and old while on the move could wish to consider upgrading to a new music based device.
Nokia recently released the C5, which was said to have caused “a tsunami of incoming traffic” to its Conversations blog.
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Posted by Dan Latham