Microcell offers Nokia 7210 phone for Fido service

Thursday 27 March 2003 | 00:00 CET | News
Microcell Solutions (Canada), provider of PCS services under the Fido brand name, is exclusively offering the Nokia 7210 mobile Internet-enabled handset from Nokia, mobile communications company. The new handset offers 21 polyphonic ringtones, a colour screen, built-in FM radio and speakerphone facilities. The 7210 will be available in more than 600 corporate and retail outlets across Canada, priced at CDlr350 after a new activation discount.

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Categories: General
Companies: Nokia
Countries: Canada
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