M1 pairs with Nokia for email
Singapore - M1 has signed a deal with Nokia to offer a low-cost email service to its mobile customers.
Under the service, which is also compatible with local internet service providers such as Pacific Internet, Cyberway and Qala, M1 users will get email pushed directly to their Nokia phones from providers like Yahoo.
"Almost everyone has a mobile handset and an e-mail account these days, making Nokia Messaging an excellent way to access e-mail on the go. By turning this application into a very affordable value-added service that is available on a wide range of Nokia handsets, we are confident that it will meet the needs of the many M1 customers who want to keep in constant e-mail contact without incurring high mobile data charges," P Subramaniam, M1's chief marketing officer, said in a statement.
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