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Nokia Reveals New Strategic Partnerships With Leading Brands - Quick Facts

Nokia (NOK) has an expanding range of revenue tools available. In-app purchase revenue tools for Series 40 and Qt enable developers to generate new, incremental revenues by leveraging Nokia's expanded operator billing integrations, where consumers can add purchases to their phone bill rather than pay with a credit card. Nokia Store continues to increase its popularity amongst consumers, this month reaching a new milestone of 13 million daily downloads.

Nokia underlined momentum within its developer ecosystem this week at Mobile World Congress, continuing its rapid growth into 2012.

Nokia Store continues to increase its popularity amongst consumers, this month reaching a new milestone of 13 million daily downloads. The percentage of downloads made by consumers using Series 40-based feature phones has grown by 250% in a year, with the platform now accounting for over 30% of the total daily Nokia Store downloads.

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