Nokia Expands European Mobile Search

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Mobile communications provider Nokia is offering its mobile search functionality to consumers in Denmark, France, Italy, Norway and Spain.

Users in these European countries now can have easier access to guide their online activities and searches because the application connects the user directly to the desired contact number after just one click.

The service will be available as part of a package to Nokia customers who have search capabilities from their cell phones. They will even have the option of saving their searches for future reference.

Mobile search users can access content from Eniro, Findexa, Fonects, Page Jaunes and other European search companies. Once the required destination is found via the telephone's browser, the user is connected automatically through one click of a button. The user now has the location, a digital map and the option of being connected.

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