Yahoo! Coming To Series 60 Phones
Apr 26, 2005, 1:12 PM by (staff)
Nokia has announced it will provide downloads and access to Yahoo! to owners of new Series 60 handsets. Initially Series 60 v3 phones (currently 6630 and the 6680 series) will have access to Yahoo! email, search and mobile downloads including ringtones, games and other diversions. Access to these features will be provided as downloads to owners later this year. Additional features and content will be made available in the future. Nokia also hints that the software will come pre-loaded on additional Series 60 v3 phones that will be announced Wednesday.
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VR6Yetta said:Especially if, say, Verizon were to let Nokia offer this software on future Verizon handsets. Having access to hopefully more realis...
i like this idea very much. other phone companies need to do this also.