Nokia Launches Operator Billing for Nokia App Store on Airtel and Vodafone

By May 9th, 2012 AT 5:56 PM

Nokia today joins hands with Vodafone India and Bharti Airtel to offer integrated Operator Billing solutions on the Nokia Store – Nokia’s immensely popular mobile application store. Earlier this service was exclusively available with Reliance Communications (Rcom) – GSM subscribers in India since February 22nd, 2011.

Vodafone and Airtel’s Postpaid and Prepaid customers can now download a plethora of top local and global paid content on Nokia’s mobile application store and pay for their content downloads as part of their monthly mobile phone bills or have the amount deducted from the prepaid balance. The detail of mobile apps will be also available in Hindi and English both language.

The Nokia Store is a one-stop-shop for mobile content to help users personalize their Nokia devices. It has received tremendous success from Indian consumers and developers and supports the widest range of content and file types including applications, games, videos, podcasts, productivity tools, web and location-based services and much more.

With over 100,000 pieces of content, it is driving more than 13 million download requests per dayglobally, from 3 million downloads just over a year ago. Nokia Store India currently sees more than 60 million downloads a month. Currently consumers have the option of purchasing premium content via credit cards.

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