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Nokia starts iDoalotmore campaign in India, seriously?

Nokia starts iDoalotmore campaign in India, seriously? - read the full textNokia started a new campaign to promote its latest Symbian gadgets in India called iDoalotmore. It starts just a day after Apple launched the iPhone 4 there and is available on Nokia's official pages and billboards across the country. The iDoalotmore campaign surely targets the potential...


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> In reply to Vamsi @ 2011-06-12 04:34 from S4$g - click to readit's probably a dull period for Nokia.. but i have a feeling that it's the silence before the storm..
Nokia is just bidding it's time till it releases the windows phone series which happens to be a lot better than the symbian.. comes up with a new market strategy as well..
so for new phones you should just wait a little i can say.. :)

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  • 2011-06-19 19:45
  • ut9R

I am a nokia fan but I find this campaign ridiculous. Really, a nokia smart phone can do a lot more than the iPhone4, but I am sure this is not the way to woo customers....guys(Nokia)....bring out better service and support(not to mention newer models). The old nokia is needed right now to survive the competition.

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  • 2011-06-12 04:34
  • S4$g

Yeah! Any Nokia device can do alot more then the iCrap 4! ;P
I know that Symbian isn't a bad OS (like user "asd" pointed out), but still... iPhone can do most of the things "asd" pointed out and if you jailbreak an iPhone you can get all that and of course a lot more! ;)
Question is if you're willing to jailbreak your iPhone and if you even really need all of the functions an iPhone/Nokia has to offer.
And they said only Apple fanboys had RDFs :D

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  • 2011-06-01 13:29
  • 3pw6

I thing it is moment for Nokia to stop being shy...



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  • 2011-05-31 21:01
  • Iaf9

i like nokia more than any phone due to thier products are superb and entertaining but why can't they reduce thier price?

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  • 2011-05-31 05:36
  • ftVi

Good move!
They have a rocking market share in the fastest growing cell phone market in the world, why would they give it up easily? After all, they are not BSNL or Air India to be 'influenced/coerced'.
They should do whatever possible to retain market share, and it is matter of time before they come out with Windows 7/8 handsets...and I for one am expecting a lot from the Nokia-Microsoft combination.

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  • 2011-05-30 12:20
  • A9kU

No doubt India a big market for the Nokia or can say for any mobile company, to be frank 80% user doesnt aware what a mobile operating system is, in remaning 20% lots of people know there is something like Android, Symbian or Windows but how does it actually effect the mobile unit they are purchasing. Here in India most important role in sell of a mobile unit is either played by mobile Vandor or the people who suggest that, what they are using is very good. I think this campaign can work in India but availing mobile in cheap could be a key to success.

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  • 2011-05-30 10:25
  • NPJh

Yes, its true...nothing surprising...iDOALOTMORE with my N8 than any odr smartphone users..and am not writing so just bcoz am a blind fan of Nokia, but this is d truth and core Nokia haters wld agree on this. Thou N8 OS has old look, but featurewise it's much capable than any odr!!

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  • 2011-05-30 08:51
  • MHxt

Nokia might have started iDoaLotmore campaign but the consumer all over India is feeling "iDontLikeNokiaAnyMore". Why??? Reason is very clear they are still not able to understand the customer needs wrt money and likings.

I am paying my hard earned money and if with same price I can get something that is full of feature and future proof then why should I purchase a old Horse out of a pack?

Wake up Nokia, you are still able to sale your phones in INDIA because customer here have a belief/ faithful on the brand. Once the faith is lost then you will loose the last held ground.

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  • 2011-05-30 07:28
  • PE2s

> In reply to Not the Average Joe @ 2011-05-28 00:40 from 0Usr - click to readyou my friend need to be accountable for your own poor decision. The amount of publicity around iPhone and lack of bluetooth transer over what? 3 years?...yet you still purchased one?

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  • 2011-05-30 04:15
  • yVgU

It's a bit of a low blow from Nokia, but skirting that line is part of all great marketing. Apple does this in the most blatant manner possible - everything they announce is "revolutionary" or "magical" - but nobody bats an eye because that's what Apple always does. Somebody else gives it a try? Suddenly the sky is falling!

Good on Nokia for demonstrating some of the superior features. Fact is, I can *still* do some things on my N97 Mini that iP4 can't do (or rather, Apple won't let it).

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  • 2011-05-30 03:20
  • PFeY

> In reply to Martyn @ 2011-05-28 14:00 from S35r - click to readI believe u...

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  • 2011-05-29 19:49
  • ftV7

good effrots kindly launched some endroid mobiles as well

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  • 2011-05-29 18:44
  • PyxY

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-05-29 17:21 from S2DB - click to readOh my God I forgot they changed the videos as soon as they began to run Windows on Macs :D So the videos aren't anymore what they implied before "I'm a Mac (and I'm superior) and I'm a PC (and I'm a loser)" How convenient.....

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  • 2011-05-29 17:25
  • S2DB

Excuseme if I'm wrong but I think it's Apple who invented these kind of ads? Anyone remember their campaign "I'm a Mac and I'm a PC"? They have nerve you've got to admit it supposing these types of advertisement are illegal :D

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  • 2011-05-29 17:21
  • S2DB

I'm a big fan of nokia. I'd like to purchase a nokia phone with android OS. Hope my prayers and that of others reach nokia.

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  • 2011-05-29 15:59
  • uphu

i wants android with nokia cell ,forget your ego and use android os ,u have big big big market in india nokia

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  • 2011-05-29 13:34
  • vwes

> In reply to Martyn @ 2011-05-28 14:00 from S35r - click to readQ:Nokia's biggest market is India. Nokia should go for Android. People were not aware what's the operating system means in handset but they're aware now. Android OS is much better then Symbian.

A-U R WRONG DEAR FRND WE ARE AWARE EVRY OS U NKONW ? MY 14 YEAR BROTHER NKOW EVRY OS ,,,,this is not old india, but we love nokia, and i love nokia e61i

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  • 2011-05-29 13:20
  • vwes

this time also Nokia is soo cheap in putting them self into competition .........they should bring out something innovative against ios4 and androids ..rather than showing old wine in new bottle like attempt same stupid slow hanging crap symbian in new good in hardware and new looking phones.........

I am using symbian for 6 years and every time i try to do some new things symbian shows stop signal,,,,,,,,,nokia please sack symbian and come out with new things ...or u will be no more ......

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  • 2011-05-29 09:56
  • utNR

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