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October 9, 2009

Nokia rolls out the Booklet 3G

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by David Allen

Finally, details of the Nokia Booklet 3G have been released, and the netbook will be part of a package with the mobile provider O2.

There is only one problem with this deal so far - it is for the German market.

It seems that the first netbook to be marketed by Nokia should be going on sale around the 22nd October.

It is expected to cost around £12 per month over a contract period of twenty four months with an upfront payment of around £160.

There is no other information around about monthly data allowances and availability yet, and it must be assumed that these details will be released at the official launch.

With this offer happening in Germany, the next logical marketplace should be the UK, if this happens it is likely to occur before the festive season.

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