Access more content with Nokia after selling old mobile phone
14 September 2010 — 7:29 PM
A link-up between Nokia and network provider Orange will allow those who sell an old mobile phone and switch to one of the brand's handsets access to more content than ever before.
The companies are joining forces to extend the Ovi service, which includes all of Nokia's best apps and other downloads.
It means the Ovi Store will be available to all of Orange's customers in both England and France by 2011.
Paul Francois Fournier, executive vice-president of internet services at the network, says: "By joining the best of both worlds and creating this new service, we believe Orange and Nokia together will bring significant benefits to both our customers and developers."
A range of new handsets will offer the service, which will require only a simple log-on to access and purchase all the top features available from store.
Nokia has today (September 14th) announced the release of three brand new smartphones, the E7, C6 and C7.
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