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In a first for Nokia, they’ll resell another maker’s phones: SK Teletech, a subsidiary of SK Telecom, continues to make interesting inroads into advanced cell markets, this time by agreeing to resell what’s reported as seven million EVDO phones this year to Nokia. It shows Nokia is faltering in the face of 3G, as well; they should have had their own EVDO phone to offer carriers.
Posted by Glennf at March 30, 2005 9:36 AM
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