T-Mobile, Nokia ally for mobile services, personal social networks

By : |May 5, 2008 0

BONN, GERMANY & ESPOO, FINAND: T-Mobile and Nokia announced that they are collaborating to accelerate the availability of new Internet services and personal social communities on mobile devices.

By signing this collaboration agreement, T-Mobile and Nokia will be able to offer their European customers faster and easier access to all of T-Mobile’s web’n’walk Internet services as well as all to Nokia’s Ovi Internet services on a wide range of Nokia devices.

T-Mobile and Nokia will drive the mobilization of social networks. The companies will partner to further enhance T-Mobile’s community-oriented MyFaves service, launched in October 2007 in Europe, empowered by the well-known Nokia user experience.

                                 

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Widget co-operation is another focus area for the companies, where T-Mobile’s leading web’n’walk offering will provide an even richer user experience. T-Mobile’s web’n’walk offers customers an instant and customizable access to their most preferred Internet and messaging services.

For T-Mobile customers, Nokia will customize its devices to provide a dedicated suite of T-Mobile services which will be seamlessly integrated to Nokia devices. Similarly, T-Mobile customers can access Nokia’s Internet services, such as music, maps and games, through their Nokia device, which will offer T-Mobile customers a great opportunity to enjoy best-in-class Internet services.

In March, T-Mobile and Nokia had announced the exclusive Nokia 6650 device for T-Mobile, which will be available in July in Europe. This collaboration is the next step in intensifying the good partnership between the companies.

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