Selling an old mobile could improve communication
5 May 2010 — 12:00 PM
Mobile recycling could be an option worth considering for consumers that would like to make communication simpler.
People may find that it is easier to contact their colleagues and friends thanks to the Communicator Mobile application - a joint venture between Nokia and Microsoft - as it will allow them to see status updates and get in touch via the most appropriate method, be it email, text message, instant message or phone call.
The application will initially be made available for the Nokia E52 and E72 handsets and is set to be made available as a pre-installed application on selected devices in the future, including the recently unveiled Nokia E5.
"Our alliance with Nokia aims to bring the Office productivity experience to the millions of people using Nokia smartphones around the world," says Kirt Debique, general manager at Microsoft.
He added the arrival of Communicator Mobile for Nokia will be a great start to fulfilling the joint vision of the companies.
Nokia recently unveiled the N8 which it suggests is tailored towards social networking use.
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