Put money for mobile towards new Nokia phone
27 May 2010 — 5:39 PM
People who recycle their mobile phone for money could use the extra cash to buy a new handset from Nokia with Ovi Maps.
Nokia has announced it the release of a significant upgrade to its free navigation system - which could be ideal for consumers ahead of the busy holiday season.
Consumers with the Ovi Maps application have access to more than 25 million points of interest in 20,000 cities worldwide.
Recommendations on local services, restaurants and places of entertainment are available at the click of a button for Nokia users with the feature - which could make Ovi Maps a must-have for those with older phones on other networks.
People heading on a break this summer in the car will also find the application particularly helpful as it can be used as a sat nav system.
Nokia chief executive officer Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, speaking this week after the brand signed a partnership with Yahoo, said: "Delivering great user experiences -- both online and on your mobile - is what this alliance is all about."
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