Among the new capabilities, users will be able to get unlimited skips, allowing them to move from track to track. The free service currently allows users to download up to four mixes, each of which contains hours of music, and play them without an internet connection. The premium service, on the other hand, has no limit on the number of tunes you can enjoy offline. And Nokia Music+ brings you higher quality downloads at eight times the existing quality. You can also set a rule that downloads will only take place over a Wi-Fi connection.
If you like Nokia Music, you'll love Nokia Music+. With the service expected to roll out in a few weeks, information on how to sign-up surely will be made public shortly. The European market will be first to get the service, which will cost 3.99 EUR a month. While Nokia has not yet said if the service is coming to the U.S., Nokia did mention a $3.99 price for Nokia Music+ which would seem to indicate that the premium music application is U.S. bound. In the states, the free version of Nokia Music can be found on the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia Lumia 820 (and its variants like the Nokia Lumia 822 for Verizon).
source: Nokia via PhoneScoop