Published May 18, 2009 | By Nokia - Press Release
Network Norway first Scandinavian operator to offer Nokia Messaging
Espoo, Finland and Oslo, Norway - Nokia and Network Norway announced today that they have signed a deal that will make Network Norway the first operator in Norway, and also in Scandinavia, to offer Nokia Messaging, Nokia's push email service. The service will be available to Network Norway subscribers in July.
"Nokia wants to make mobile email available for as many people as possible, and the agreement with Network Norway is an important milestone in this work. With Nokia Messaging, we meet people's need for access to email whenever they want, wherever they want," says Christophe Joyau, Head of Services, Nokia Scandinavia.
Nokia Messaging is an easy to set-up and easy to use push email service which allows the user to mobilize up to ten personal email accounts in one device. Nokia's agreement with Network Norway includes all leading consumer solutions for email, such as Gmail, Windows Live Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail, as well as local email service providers. The user can read, send, forward and reply to emails and download, read and attach files directly on their phone. Push-technology ensures fast delivery of email to the mobile phone as soon as the email arrives on the email server.
Nokia Messaging is fully integrated with the recently launched Nokia E75, and this will also include upcoming models such as the Nokia E55, Nokia E52 and Nokia N86 8MP. The service is already supported by 19 S60 devices from Nokia: consumers can continue using their existing Nokia S60 devices, such as Nokia E71 or Nokia N95 8GB. To get started with Nokia Messaging, they can easily download and install the setup on the device and begin using the service within just a few minutes.
For an overview of all Nokia devices that support Nokia Messaging, please visit: http://www.email.nokia.com/account/home.action
Nokia is the world's number one manufacturer of mobile devices by market share and a leader in the converging Internet and communications industries. We make a wide range of devices for all major consumer segments and offer Internet services that enable people to experience music, maps, media, messaging and games. We also provide comprehensive digital map information through NAVTEQ and equipment, solutions and services for communications networks through Nokia Siemens Networks.
About Network Norway
Network Norway has rapidly established itself as a locomotive in Norwegian telecom industry. With close collaborations with Norwegian technology environments and an extensive partner strategy, the company is the fastest growing mobile operator in Norway. Network Norway has close to 400,000 subscribers, including the consumer intitatives Lebara and One Call. The company had a turnover of 1 Billion NOK in 2008.
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