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Orascom Telecom to offer Nokia's Ovi services

Monday 27 October 2008 | 10:44 CET | News
Orascom Telecom and Nokia have announced a cooperation to make Nokia's mobile content platform Ovi available to OT customers. Under the collaboration, Nokia devices will provide access to both companies' selected services, such as Nokia Maps, Nokia N-Gage and music, with more services to follow. Nokia and Orascom Telecom will further enhance the collaboration on mobile internet services. Orascom Telecom operates GSM networks in Algeria (Djezzy), Pakistan (Mobilink), Egypt (Mobinil), Tunisia (Tunisiana), Bangladesh (Banglalink) and Zimbabwe (Telecel Zimbabwe). Orascom Telecom is also about to

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nokia / Orascom Telecom
Countries: Africa / Middle East
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