In my own city, I am a freelance ICT or IT (Information Technology) journalist. I have been a IT journalist for 10 years and thus, I have written many of the things related to this sector both in my country and abroad in the last one decade. Today, I received a press release about Bangla Ovi Mail of Nokia in
. I am giving the press release here: Bangladesh
Access to internet can now be easy and affordable for everyone in
As part of the offer, banglalink desh subscribers will also get unlimited internet browsing absolutely free for the first month. After the first month, the unlimited access will be priced at BDT 650 per month.
The offer will be launched from June 15, 2009.
According to extensive Nokia consumer research, nearly half of the emerging market customers state that they would rather connect to the Internet over a mobile phone than a PC. Ovi Mail and the new range of affordable devices aim to extend the power of the Internet to
Ovi Mail is a secure and spam-free personal email service designed especially for Nokia Series 40 devices. Mobile phone users who have any of the more than 40 Ovi Mail-optimized devices can set up their email account for free within a few minutes, and start using the account right away. They can choose to create a new Ovi Mail account or activate email for an existing Ovi sign-on profile.
Furthermore, Bangla user interface in the Nokia handsets enables them to easily set up their email account following the instructions in Bangla. They can also input their username and passwords in Bangla and write emails using Bangla fonts.
The unlimited internet offer from Banglalink would allow consumers to browse the internet, communicate with friends and family, access information, news, entertainment as well as share thoughts through favorite social networks. “This is definitely a beneficial partnership for us – Banglalink internet will allow fast, effortless and easy access to the web at very affordable prices” said Solaiman Alam, Head of PR & Communications & M-Commerce, Banglalink.
By introducing products and services that are affordable, relevant and easy-to-use, Nokia aims to fuel the growth of the Internet in