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Nokia Unveils Their Cheapest 3G Phone Yet

by David Brooks | 18.05.2009
Today Nokia unveiled their new 3G phone, which is to date the cheapest Nokia have released. Reuters reported on this new phone, see below for a quote:  “The new 2730 Classic is expected to retail for 80 euros ($108), excluding taxes and operator subsidies, and go on sale from the third quarter of this year. An analyst said some smaller rivals might sell 3G phones for less, but this was the cheapest model on the market from any top-tier manufacturer.”The pricing is very, very interesting, especially for operators trying to migrate users to 3G. It will make a difference to sales,” said Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi…” Read the full article.