According to Reuters,
Reasons behind the lackluster performance include use of older supporting handsets for the product at its launch, digital rights management (DRM) software that tied downloaded music to the device and a difficult to understand product offering.
However, if you happen to live in China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey or South Africa, you can still take advantage of getting a six-month or year-long subscription to Ovi Music.
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