Since Nokia rolled out its all-you-can-download Comes With Music service back in March, the number of tracks that are available from the service has risen to above 9 million. But just how many has the average punter downloaded? The answer turns out to be 300, which is rather lower than I would have expected.
Nokia announced the figure at its end-of-year media Christmas do this week (though an actual number of Australian users wasn't revealed). 300 tracks equates to around 25 albums, which for someone who signed up when the service first launched equates to the equivalent of just a couple of CDs a month. While download limits from ISPs might play a role, it still strikes me as a bit odd that someone would specifically sign up for a phone designed to offer a wide range of music, and then only grab 300 tracks.
So I'm wondering: where do Lifehacker readers sit on that scale? Does 300 or so tracks of new music for the year sound like more than enough, or would you be bingeing on new options? Share your thoughts in the comments.