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Nokia to debut “Nokia TV” streaming service in Finland

Finnish handset maker Nokia has revealed that it will be introducing another new service in the coming weeks following the launch of its Nokia Music and Nokia Reading services. Get ready for Nokia TV.

Finnish handset maker Nokia has revealed that it will be introducing another new service in the coming weeks following the launch of its Nokia Music and Nokia Reading services. Get ready for Nokia TV.

The service will be exclusive to Nokia's Lumia smartphone line with its debut to be in Finland within the next few weeks. The status of its global availability is yet to be determined but if proven to be successful its hard to imagine Nokia refraining from delivering the service to regions abroad.

Upon going live in Finland, Nokia TV will give Lumia owners the ability to browse/search through a range of catalogues of TV services from all the major local broadcasters in which the content can then be streamed directly to their phone. There is said to be no signing up or registration process involved as the service will be offered as a free signature hub across the Lumia range.

Inevitably there will be more updates on Nokia TV as its launch draws closer.

Source: Nokia

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