Comes with Music Price differentials on Expansys:
|Handset only||Handset + Comes with Music||Differential (Comes with Music cost)|
|Nokia N95 8GB||£394.99||£479.99||£85|
|Nokia 5310||£132.99 - £145.99||£214.99||£69-£82|
Approximate currencies conversions: [for £85] €105 (EUR), $150 (USD) and [for £69] €85 (EUR), $120 (USD). It's probably worth noting that Nokia products generally cost more when bought in £ versus $ or €.
There were some early suggestions that Comes with Music would come in around the £100 when it was first announced back at Nokia World in December 2007. However Nokia have been very careful not to give any pricing indications. There's still a lot of uncertainity around its pricing.
The prices above are for SIM-free phones; it is open to debate whether Comes with Music phones will be offered by operators with a subsidy given that it would compete with their own music services.
The pricing indicated above does fit within the £100-£300 for the handset price (5310) mentioned by the Guardian recently. It is also comparable with Vodafone's MusicStation service which costs £1.99 a week (£104 a year). But ultimately we'll have to wait until October 2nd to learn the full, definitive story.