Mobile recycling could allow you to get a new Nokia
13 April 2010 — 3:59 PM
Consumers may soon wish to consider mobile recycling in order to get their hands on a new device from Nokia that may enable them to keep in touch with their friends more easily.
Three new phones are being made available by the mobile manufacturer which feature full qwerty keyboards - the Nokia C3, C6 and E5.
Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia's head of markets, said: "Our messaging device range is very successful. Services that provide easy access to the world's consumer and corporate email and instant messaging are really popular on our qwerty smartphones such as the Nokia E71 and Nokia E63."
He added consumers want the best messaging and social networking experience available and an affordable device.
The handsets are made for sending texts, instant messages and emails, he suggested.
Mobile manufacturer Nokia has announced that it has acquired MetaCarta, a company with expertise in geographic intelligence solutions, in a move designed to improve its already popular Ovi Maps service.
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