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Pannon, T-Mobile bring Nokia Messaging to Hungary

Nokia-enabled devices in Hungary can now bring the Nokia Messaging email service to their owners. Nokia Messaging is described as an easy to set up and use push-email service whereby users cab mobilise ten personal email accounts on one device...

Pannon, T-Mobile and Nokia are bringing Nokia Messaging (Nokia's “easy-to-use email service”) to anyone in Hungary with Nokia-enabled devices. All Pannon customers and postpaid T-Mobile customers will be able to access the Nokia Messaging push-email service, which supports all leading consumer email solutions, eg, Ovi Mail, Gmail, Windows Live Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail as well as the major local e-mail services, such as Citromail, Indamail and Freemail.

Nokia Messaging is an “easy to set-up and easy-to-use push-email service which allows the user to mobilise up to ten personal e-mail accounts on one device.” With Nokia Messaging, people get the benefit of real time messaging and are able to read, send, forward and reply to emails, view subfolders, download and read attachments and also attach files to emails in real time. Using the push email technology email is swiftly and automatically sent to the mobile phone, without needing to retrieve it. Many users want to enjoy the flexibility of different accounts for each of their communities.

The Nokia Messaging service can be tested for 30 days free of charge. Following the test period it will be available for a monthly charge. Users can initiate the activation of the service at the customer service of their mobile operator while the service can be used with Nokia E52, E66, E72, E71 and N97 mobile phones.

Gergely Laczkó Tóth, acting CMO of Pannon, commented, “In today's world, access is of key importance - not only the access to information but also the access to each other. Mobile phones pose an obvious solution to keep in touch with each other, and the combination of a handset and an e-mail solution is perfectly in line with Pannon's goals to offer services to our customers that make their lives easier.”

* Hungarian mobile operator Pannon is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Telenor of Norway, entering the Hungarian market in 1994. By the end of Q408, Pannon had 3.731 million active subscriptions and a market share of 33.9%. Besides voice services, Pannon's business is increasingly dominated by mobile Internet. In addition to its EDGE network available to 99% of Hungary's population for e-mail and browsing, Pannon is continuously developing its 3G/HSDPA network; this latter is currently available in 434 towns and villages across Hungary. Pannon’s corporate responsibility initiatives include the Pannon Példakép Foundation, support for public causes, and  arts and sports sponsorship.

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