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The Making of the Nokia Asha Touch Range

‘Asha’ means ‘hope’ in Hindi. It can also mean ‘aspiration’. The name reflects the spirit of consumers: the world around them is changing and they view the everyday as a new, exciting opportunity — an opportunity to express themselves, share experiences, and connect with the people and things that are most important to them.

“At Nokia, we give ourselves the challenge to connect the next billion to the internet,” says Dharmesh Goshalia, Nokia Philippines general manager. “As part of this ambition, we design devices for consumers who want a better experience of the mobile Internet and we also have in mind the people experiencing the web for the very first time. With Asha we are opening up the digital world to everyone, no matter what their circumstances.” Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 12, 2012 in Nokia, Technology

 

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Nokia is still the leading mobile phone brand owned by most Pinoys

Dharmesh Goshalia, general manager and head of sales for Nokia Philippines

Nokia continues to be on the top of the mobile phone race as a recent survey revealed it is the brand of mobile handset owned by most Filipinos in 2011.

The full results of the survey are disclosed in the Mobile Life 2012 study by TNS, the world’s leading custom research company. Mobile Life is the most comprehensive research on mobile phones that covers 43 markets from North America to Asia to Sub-Saharan Africa, with a total of 34,000 respondents.
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Posted by on February 20, 2012 in Nokia, Technology

 

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Nokia Store offers Filipinos opportunity to purchase premium apps

Nokia, the global leader in mobile communications, marks another milestone as it partners with Globe Telecom to make its premium apps available for purchase for Globe subscribers.

Using the telco’s automated billing system, Globe subscribers using Nokia mobile phones and smartphones can now purchase premium games, apps, and other content from the Nokia Store much easier because costs will be charged to their postpaid phone bill or prepaid load account.
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Posted by on January 25, 2012 in Nokia, Technology

 

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