[deleted post]Lol!! Great response!! What are you? like 8 years old?? Did your mommy give you permission to use her computer? Lol!!
[deleted post]Lol!!! Sorry if I offended you!!! didn't mean to step in your toes... btw, gay guy coming from an anonymous post? Lol!!!
[deleted post]LOL @ Leo :D
Interesting - where did that million came from? Read the article!
You don't need a 200$ phone, you can use cheapest S40 device for 50$ and access the inbox.
It's always a fun to read the post like Leo do. It's the same as ant would be pushing a tanker :D The facts speak for themselves!
[deleted post]please read the comment below from Alex...
You really are looking stupid...
Nokia sell most of their low end S40 phones in those countries...
so they obv can afford them and use Ovi Mail.. so please just stop talking rubbish you sound like a 12yr old girl
Alex, 11 Aug 2009We're not talking about N97 here. If you pay more attention to the article than to diss Nokia ... moreYes, I know it works on cheaper phones, still, 100 or 150 euro is steep for most people in those countries... For example, doing the math, as you say, a 100 euro phone in Mexico would still cost around $1500 mexican pesos... In this case, at this price range, a 100 euro phone would be accessible to middle class citizens, who would then be able to afford a computer and thus, no ovi would be really that necessary... see what I mean?
[deleted post]We're not talking about N97 here. If you pay more attention to the article than to diss Nokia you'll see that it works on cheaper phones also. So people can use a 100-150 euro phone to access their mail instead of a min. 300 euro PC. Do the maths.
Wow, one million. I've never even been on that site. lol
Nokia had a smarphone from 2002 or 2001. It has never caused a rush on apps like apple did in just two years. That's cause of the boring symbian UI. Nokia do something. Your UI is outdated for at least 5 years.
Hi everyone, I currently use Ovi form personal reasons besides my corportate email. I have to let you know that its is a very simple web mail service, but it works awesome on my phone. I don't think Apple o Gmail should be worried for they have differente types of business models, the ones who should be worried is Blackberry RIM... OVI is a direct competitor, because when you complete OVI with Nokia Messaging, you can have all your email accounts pushed directly to your phone... Its Free!!!! (for now). I do not work at Nokia, but use their services a lot....
JJ Peterman, 11 Aug 2009They should be careful with this number: it doesn't necessarily mean that from this 1 million ... moreshows the generosity by nokia to its customers i hope for once apple may have done the same for the sake of its i phone lovers but they wont .
Great news, now all Ovi needs is to be open-sourced for all to develop for it and it will simply be unstoppable. (if it is open source already, disregard that comment).
They should be careful with this number: it doesn't necessarily mean that from this 1 million many actually used it if not day by day, at least once a week. Nevertheless, it is still an important achievement and a good opportunity to put in place the retention...very important for the in danger top spot phone manufacturer leader.