Nokia partnered with Three on the Ovi Store
July 7th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

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Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has joined hands with the UK network operator Three to make the Ovi Store experience a lot more easier for Three Nokia users. Through this partnership, the Nokia’s Ovi Store customers will be able to pay for apps on their monthly bill itself.

With this service, customers will be able to escape from the SMS service charging high rates as well as fees being paid to third party financial service for the apps. Three users who download the paid apps by visiting the Ovi Store can make the payment along with their monthly mobile bill.

Moreover, Three customers will be offered with a choice of 40 recommended Nokia apps from the Ovi Store on its branded ‘Three Likes’ page. Different apps would be suggested by Three every week depending on their offering like latest entertainment or navigation aids.

Nokia X7 which has been launched this week is going to be the first device to experience the new Ovi Store service. The service will also be available on other Nokia handsets such as the C7, E7 and N8. However, the availability date is yet to be known from Three.

Unfortunately, all Nokia handsets will not be able to enjoy the service as the latest version of Symbian is needed for the service to work. You can avail the service on Pay As You Go plans as well as monthly deals.

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