Selling an old mobile may create opportunity to enjoy Nokia apps
7 June 2010 — 6:47 PM
Mobile users who sell an old phone in the coming weeks may find a Nokia handset is the best option for them as a replacement.
Indeed, the money gained by selling a used device to Envirofone could be put towards securing one of the company's flagship models.
Once access to a state-of-the-art Nokia phone is secured, consumers can enjoy two new apps that have been released this week.
The first of these is the Associated Press's official World Cup app, offering live scores, news, player profiles and team information from the tournament in South Africa.
In addition to this, Nokia users will be able to access the Al Jazeera app, which allows people to view the news channel in either Arabic or English 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Other benefits of owning a Nokia mobile phone include the provision of Ovi Mail, an email service that now has more than ten million accounts.
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