Telstra announced that the new Nokia 6720 Classic will be available to Next G network subscribers. It comes with Telstra’s BlueTick, which means that it can be used rural, regional and metropolitan areas.
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Telstra also says that business professionals can set up Microsoft ActiveSync email to access their Microsoft Outlook email account on the go. This secure push-email service automatically updates a user’s calendar, tasks and contacts without the need to manually connect the device to a PC
Customers can also enjoy access to advanced mobile content and applications including BigPond TV, 31 channels on Mobile FOXTEL from Telstra plus an array of the latest news, weather and sports reports.
Telstra’s Product Management Executive Director, Ross Fielding said, “The new Nokia 6720’s superior coverage performance has earned it a Telstra BlueTick, making it the perfect mobile for people who work, live or visit regional and rural coverage areas. When you combine this with strong email, camera, music and mobile internet capabilities you get a quality all-rounder mobile phone.”
“The mobile data experience on this phone is fast when it’s teamed with Telstra’s Next G network. Fast data speeds mean consumer customers can access mobile email – a great way to stay connected on the go – easily thanks to fast page loads. Meanwhile business professionals can stay on top of their email, appointments and tasks by connecting this mobile to their corporate email via a Microsoft ActiveSync service.”
“We think the Nokia 6720 classic on the Next G network will be extremely popular as we head into the holiday season,” concluded Fielding.
The Nokia 6720 is available from September 15 for $0 upfront to Consumer and Telstra Business customers on a $40 or higher phone plan.