Nokia boosts mobile website
9 January 2009 — 1:48 PM
Those with the latest mobile phones can now gain access to the freshest celebrity and entertainment news, it has emerged.
Nokia announced this week that it has boosted its online resources at Nokia.mobi to include pages that bring the most recent showbiz gossip and world events direct to devices.
The Finnish manufacturer said the Here and Now service will also offer details on its newest offers and products - which could tempt those in the market for the latest contracts.
Site director Juha Rytkonen said: "By providing quality content to consumers from partners such as Reuters and Rollingstone.com, Here and Now allows consumers to get more out of Nokia.mobi and mobile services in general."
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