Nokia and Vodafone launch Nokia 6730 classic

nokia-6730-classicConsumers wanting a feature packed mobile only have to look as far as the new Nokia 6730 classic, which begins shipping in June and will be available exclusively across Vodafone’s global footprint. Mobile internet, Vodafone Music Client and personal and business email access along with mobile navigation capabilities are all included in the Nokia 6730 classic. The device utilises S60 software which means customers can easily download their choice of additional applications from the web.

Peter Becker-Pennrich, Director of Terminals Marketing at Vodafone says “The Nokia 6730 is a great all-round handset – just as perfect for mobile internet users as for music fans who want to take their tracks with them. This product follows a successful line-up of Vodafone exclusive devices from Nokia and is another great example of our collaboration. ”

Nokia 6730 classic

With the Nokia 6730 classic, getting lost and being out of touch with your friends could be a thing of the past thanks to the mobile navigation capabilities on the handset. The services offer accurate turn by turn instructions helping both drivers and pedestrians to find their way. It also provides access to comprehensive point of interest databases and both white and yellow pages information making it easy for the user to find their destination, whether that is an address, a company or even a person.

“‘Feature packed’ describes Nokia 6730 classic really well. With its iconic design – available in sleek black or white – the device is a perfect upgrade for Nokia 6500c or 6300 users or anyone seeking an elegant device, optimized for mobile internet and navigation. What’s more, this mobile comes with industry-leading power-saving features and accessories” says Gustavo Eichelmann, Head of Vodafone Global Account Team, Nokia.

Soure: Nokia

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