Nokia launches its own BlackBerry Email Solution dubbed as “Nokia Messaging Service” (NMS) which enables people to access their personal email on their Nokia handset with an Email alert just as BlackBerry Email solution which is very popular amongst all Mobile Email users. However for BlackBerry Service Mobile subscriber has to pay some extra amount to their operator but ‘Nokia Email Solution’ is Free, Just pay for GPRS/EDGE data Usage as per existing tariff plan.
With Nokia Messaging Service (NSM), when a new email arrives, you are notified with the email alert tone and then @ sign appear in the menu bar. E-Series devices also display the subjects of the latest received messages on the home screen. Nokia mobile users can now check their mail through Nokia Messaging service even with Windows Live Hotmail.
Besides Windows Media Live, this service also supports many e-mail accounts such as Yahoo! Mail, Gmail and AOL Mail. Through only one application, Nokia users can gain access to 10 different e-mail accounts on their Nokia mobile phones.
The latest Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone is Nokia’s first mass-market touch screen mobile which comprises of this Messaging service. Besides the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, 20 other models already include the Nokia Messaging service. The first Nokia phone to have the Nokia Messaging enabled into the device is the Nokia E75. The other devices from Nokia incorporating this service are Nokia E63, Nokia E66 and Nokia N79. New Nokia handsets like Nokia E55, Nokia N97 and Nokia N86 8MP come preloaded with the Nokia Messaging Service and are expected to start shipping soon.
This software is free to download and set up. Customers can add their e-mail accounts directly onto the device or through Nokia messaging service. To begin using Windows Live Hotmail; existing users will have to download the latest Nokia Messaging software. Instructions can be found at http://email.nokia.com. To see the full list of devices that support Nokia Messaging, visit http://email.nokia.com.