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December 15, 2008

Nokia to enter mobile broadband market


by David Allen

The mobile communications firm, Nokia, is about to launch its version of a mobile broadband dongle which will be available in early 2009.

In 2006 and 2007 Nokia unsuccessfully attempted to enter the 3G market, by developing internal modems through a partnership with Intel.

However this new attempt is likely to be different as they are approaching this through the very much in demand mobile broadband market, which has seen huge growth in sales this year.

Yet there is no guarantee that the Nokia brand will be able to complete with the Chinese made Huawei dongle that is available through Vodafone and 3.

During 2009, the worldwide market for mobile broadband is expected to grow by thirty per cent to around twenty six million units, compared to the four hundred and forty million mobile phones that Nokia sells.

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