Nokia partners Orange for 'improved email access'
17 April 2009 — 10:10 AM
The latest phones from Nokia could have more email options, thanks to a new partnership between the manufacturer and Orange.
It was announced this week that the companies would continue to work together to provide new and simplified messaging services for its customers including the launch of a new co-branded offering.
Nokia Messaging by Orange, which will be available across a number of network-exclusive devices, is aimed at all users including business professionals, the firms said in a statement.
In news that could inspire such consumers to consider recycling mobile phones in order to purchase a Nokia/Orange handset, the alliance will be applicable to a number of new models such as the forthcoming E75.
Kai Oistamo, executive vice-president of Nokia, commented: "We believe that mobile messaging is for everyone, not just for a certain segment of the consumer market."
Other devices from the Finnish manufacture available on the Orange network include the 5310 XpressMusic and the N-series N96.
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