More Nokia phones get flat-rated data

Nokia Asha models now supported on Nashua Mobile’s Xtreme Data service

May 2, 2012
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Nashua Mobile has added the Nokia Asha 201, Nokia Asha 300 and Nokia Asha 303 to the selection of Nokia devices it supports on its flat-rate Xtreme Data package.

Nashua Mobile’s Xtreme Data service offers subscribers flat-rated access to e-mail, instant messaging, browsing and social networking for R59 per month.

The Nokia Asha devices offer integrated social networking, messaging and numerous applications from the Nokia Store.

Nokia Asha mobile phones make use of the new Nokia Web browser for Series 40 with up to 90% data compression.

Nashua Mobile Managing Director, Chris Radley said: “We are excited to make the Xtreme Data package available on a new range of Nokia handsets, giving users even more choice of mobile phones that they can use with a flat-rate data package. In the next few months, we hope to add even more smartphones to the selection of devices supported on the Xtreme Data package.”

Xtreme Data is currently also available on Nokia X2-01 and Nokia C3 mobile phones based on the Series 60 platform, and the Nokia N8, Nokia E5 and Nokia E7 from Nokia’s smartphone range.

The Nokia Asha range will be available in store as of 7 May 2012.

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