Sell used phone and switch to Nokia for 'most-dominant mobile broadband'
6 October 2010 — 3:47 PM
People who rate the provision of high-quality mobile broadband may wish to sell their used phones and invest in a model from Nokia's portfolio, with the firm said to offer the "most-dominant" internet platform.
A writer known as Adam, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, explains the Finnish brand's handsets are used in 16 of the top 20 mobile internet-consuming nations, according to the monthly report by Opera.
It looks at not only the devices used to access the web but also the most-visited sites and average page views.
For August, in four-out-of-five countries a Nokia mobile was the most popular when it came to getting online.
Mobile internet is sure to rise, advises the contributor, so signing up to a deal for a Nokia device now may be a shrewd move.
Consumers tempted to do just that could be delighted to hear the brand is preparing to release four new smartphones - the N8, E7, C6 and C7.
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