Nokia and Singaporean mobile service provider MobileOne (M1) have entered into a contract to offer the Nokia Messaging service.
Nokia Messaging service is an easy-to-use on the go offered at a price of SGD$5.35 or almost USD$4.00 at current exchange rate. . End-User of the service will get 20MB of free data and will be able to use Nokia Messaging on more than twenty Nokia handset models.
Through Nokia Messaging users will be able to set up their accounts in three simple steps and can have up to ten e-mail accounts per device per subscriber.
It is easy to access and set up, it is easy to use and one can have up to 10 email accounts per device per subscriber. The idea is to make mobile email and messaging available to everyone, said Vlasta Berka, General Manager, Nokia Singapore, Malaysia & Brunei.
The collaboration between Nokia and M1 enables the consumers to use the Push email technology which delivers messages from e-mail service providers such as Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail directly to Nokia handsets.
Push email technology ensures that emails are sent to the mobile device as soon as they arrive at the mail server.
The service is also compatible with local internet service providers.