The Nokia Stories contest

12 Jun

To celebrate 9 solid years of being the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand Platinum awardee when it comes to mobile phones, Nokia has launched a 3-month contest called The Nokia Stories.   Now is your chance to tell people about the greatest, funniest or most interesting experiences you’ve had with your Nokia mobile device.  Log on to and write about your experience. 

Tell us how your Nokia phone saved the day, how it helped you in that long distance relationship with your significant other, how it’s your new best friend and so on.  Nokia will post the best entries on the site and every month, they will choose two winners to receive a brand new Nokia 2220 slide. 

The  Nokia 2220 slide is a compact quality slider that helps you express yourself while giving you practical ways to stay connected and organized.  Listen to the built-in FM radio and stay entertained, browse the internet with GPRS connectivity and access social networking sites, keep up with the news, and search for useful information, all on the move. 

You could also use your free email address from Ovi by Nokia on your Nokia 2220 slide, or access free webmail on any PC, write yourself notes to help remember shopping lists, directions, and other information you need throughout the day, and store up to 1000 entries in the phone book.  With all these features in one tiny device, you’d find another best friend in the Nokia 2220 slide.

1 Comment

Posted by on June 12, 2010 in Nokia


One response to “The Nokia Stories contest

  1. Carol Chan

    July 20, 2010 at 6:00 am

    Wow! I want to win a Nokia 2220 slide….


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