Nokia lets go of O2 UK as Windows phone distributor - report

Wednesday 28 September 2011 | 10:26 CET | News
Nokia may have dropped O2 UK as a stockist for Windows phone devices, with sources saying O2 UK could not agree to strict criteria for the devices laid down by the manufacturer, Mobile News reported. O2 UK is said to have been reluctant to commit to its terms during a period in which the Apple iPhone 5 is due to launch. O2 UK currently has the leading market share for connected iPhone handsets in the UK, it recently claimed. A source said: "O2 is very good at handset marketing, better than any of the other operators, which tend to stick to promoting tariffs and deals. They work very well with

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Nokia / O2 / O2 UK
Countries: United Kingdom
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