Selling mobile phone could lead to greater entertainment opportunities
24 June 2010 — 11:55 AM
Consumers who use a mobile phone for entertainment may wish to consider selling their current handset in favour of a Nokia one, after an expert for the firm outlined his vision for the future.
Tero Ojanpera, executive vice-president of services at Nokia, addressed an audience in London yesterday (June 23rd).
He said mobile entertainment is set to expand greatly over the coming years - just as it has done in recent times, the Nokia Conversations blog reports.
The example of the World Cup was given, with the 2006 tournament in Germany followed by virtually nobody via a mobile, while 21 per cent of people will keep up to date with current matches in South Africa through their handset.
Some 450 million people already access the internet via a mobile device, with this number set to pass a billion by 2013.
As Nokia is already set as the largest supplier of mobile technology in the world, with more than a billion of its products accessed every day, securing one of its models ahead of a potential surge in mobile entertainment may be a shrewd move.
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