Warner Music Group is the latest music label to unite with Finnish handset vendor Nokia, to make its catalogue of music available through Nokia Music Stores worldwide.

Warner’s songs can now be purchased from the Music Store, added to a wishlist, downloaded to a PC or directly to a Nokia device, or transferred from PC to a Nokia device.

The music label’s library is also available on Nokia’s “Comes With Music” platform, which is launching later this year. Comes With Music is a free unlimited subscription service, which provides free access, and downloads, to the Nokia music library for a year when a Nokia device with the subscription is purchased. Any downloads may be permanently stored in the user’s personal library, even after the subscription has ended.

“Warner Music Group has been a pioneer in developing new digital music business models and we are very pleased to have them supporting both the Nokia Music Store and Comes With Music,” said Tero Ojanpera, executive vice president and head of the Nokia Entertainment and Communities business. “Comes With Music enables people to access great content, provides artists to wider exposure with new and existing fans, and creates new revenue for all stakeholders.”

“Nokia’s Comes With Music service will be a significant step forward in the evolution of digital music. It’s the first global initiative to fundamentally align the interests of music companies with telecommunications companies,” said Edgar Bronfman, Warner Music Group’s chairman and CEO. “Through this innovative service and business model, all parties are equally driven to create the best and most comprehensive music offering designed to meet the ever-expanding consumer appetite for music and music-enabled devices.”