Orange and Nokia get together for music, gaming, mapping, and ads

Mobile phones

orange_nokia_logos.pngNokia continues to form strategic partnerships with other companies as it seeks to push out its mobile services. The latest alliance is a three-year deal with Orange, which will see ten Nokia handsets added to the Orange Signature range, plus the launch of a range of integrated multimedia services.

Customers will gain access to the Orange Music Store, Orange and NGage games, and Nokia Maps, plus location-based services. There’s also some form of advertising partnership between the two companies.

“Orange believes that Nokia’s devices and Ovi platform will make a powerful environment for the provision of a joint range of services,” said Georges Penalver, EVP of Orange’s Group Strategic Marketing.

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Andy Merrett
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