By 6 July 2009 | Categories: news


In an effort to make the Nokia Music Store (NMS) more accessible to consumers, Nokia have struck a deal with Edcon to sell NMS vouchers in CNA and Edgars stores nationwide.

Consumers without a credit card, or those who just don’t want to use credit cards to buy music online, are now able to buy R50, R100 and R150 vouchers through 200 CNA and 150 Edgars stores around the country.

“The relationship with Edcon, and more specifically Edgars and CNA, is a big step in Nokia’s efforts to broaden the access points to the new online Nokia Music Store,” says Vithesh Reddy, head of sales for Nokia South Africa. “The availability of vouchers from these traditional outlets adds another purchase option, making it easier for consumers to log on and find their favourite tracks and albums.”


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