Nokia, the worldwide leader in cellular handsets and the most widely supported brand of handsets by Mobile VoIP service providers has announced that it will soon be launching a cellular service in Japan upon the back of leading provider NTT Docomo Inc. Now, according to Reuters, this move by Nokia is a play to sell more high-end handsets, which most likely means the service will be differentiated by offering more cutting edge service offerings (like Mobile VoIP).
Nokia has always been known as an innovator, a company with their pulse on the heart of what’s next, so while many a MVNO has fallen by the waist side, Nokia should prove to be a venerable market entrant, especially since, as pal Andy Abramson points out, Japan is known as a hot-bed for mobile technology. This, of course, if Nokia sticks true to their innovator name tag and provide something other then minutes to the Japanese market.
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