Recycle old mobile and enjoy World Cup with Nokia
21 June 2010 — 7:05 PM
Fans of teams that are yet to hit top gear in the current World Cup may find recycling their mobile phone and switching to a Nokia device reignites their passion for the sport.
With the likes of England, Italy and France all struggling to make their mark in South Africa, supporters could satisfy their World Cup hunger with a trio of new apps released by the Finnish telecommunications firm.
Nokia has used its official Conversations blog to announce details of the features, which include Soccer Pet where users can train and manage their digital player.
Also up for grabs through Ovi Apps is Trivian World Cup a chance for mobile owners to pit their wits against the computer in a series of quizzes.
And finally, Foo-Cup is now available, giving people the chance to correctly predict the outcome of matches in the World Cup.
With less than half of the tournament gone, there is still plenty of time to enjoy the event with a new Nokia mobile phone.
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