Nokia offers single login services through Ovi

Nokia’s myriad of Internet and media sharing services can now be accessed with only one account and one password, via the website.

According to Reuters, Nokia “unified” its services on Sunday, thus allowing users to have a better control over them, since now they all require only one Nokia account.

Nokia has big plans with Ovi and its other Web-related services (including navigation, music and messaging services): in 2011, the Finnish giant intends to gain more than €2 billion from them.   


Until now, no one knows exactly how many users rely on Nokia’s Internet services, but the company said that, in the last quarter, these brought revenues of roughly €115 million.  

Author: Ilinca Nita

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