Do you want Nokia's Comes with Music service but don't want to be tied to a mobile phone contract?
Two interesting announcements this afternoon: Last.fm is making an appearance on the Android platform along with a mobile app for listening to tunes in the background, while Nokia celebrates the UK launch of the XpressMusic 5800 and the sale of over 1 million handsets worldwide
Members of the public have been voting with their feet as 150 people braved the cold and rain to get their hands Nokia's first proper touchscreen phone, the 5800 XpressMusic.
There's a lot of buzz around Nokia's new touch-sensitive handset, but could the underlying operating system cause it problems? It has a sexy codename (Tube), a cinematic endorsement (Morgan Freeman in The Dark Knight) and, perhaps importantly, brand new touch software that could challenge the iPhone's mobile supremacy.
There is an awful lot of fuss about the Nokia Tube. And with good reason - a lot of people are waiting for a decent touch handset that can truly compete with the iPhone. Trouble is, it won't be this one.