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Ghana Can Now Enjoy the Nokia Asha Phones | Mobile News

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Mobile news… Nokia has officially made available its Asha phones to Ghanaian market. The company unveiled the Asha 201 and Asha 303 during a trade event held in Accra.

These phones are targeted to people who want affordable phones but like to get connected always in the internet wherever, whenever. Asha phones come in full QWERTY keypad for faster and easier text input.

Chris Brown of Nokia Nigeria said that Asha phones allow users to send text messages, emails and chat with anyone conveniently, thanks to the advantage of QWERTY keypad.

According to mobile news sources, Asha phone owners can check status update and tweet right on their home screen and download free applications from the proprietary Nokia store.

Account manager Kolawole Osinowo said that Asha means hope and these phones are materialization of the next generation’s ambition thus, Nokia was launching an ambition and not devices.

Another interesting thing about the Asha phones is that they come with free one month internet access. This is made possible because of the partnership of Nokia and the led leading operator MTN. Osinowo said that Nokia continues its commitment to develop phones that best suit consumer needs. He added that Nokia Asha phones are trendy and offer lots of great applications for young people.

Nokia Asha 201 is fully equipped with social network platforms that allow user to stay connected in major social networking sites including Facebook. It is noted in mobile news online that Asha 201 also has good quality loudspeakers which enable owners to share favorite music with friends and consumers also can store as much as 32 GB of data with a microSD memory card.

Nokia Asha 303 has all tools in the home screen allowing users to view updates from social networking sites and also tweet right in the home screen. Its touch screen features give convenience in navigation and in playing games. Its Nokia browser provides faster web-browsing experience to consumers. The Asha 303 is also cost-effective as the Nokia browser compresses consumer data by up to 90 percent allowing consumers to save money and time using the internet via data.