Leading content provider signs revenue share deal with Nokia

Pushing forward with its strategy to increase its revenues from mobile services has seen Nokia sign a revenue-sharing deal with Buongiorno, the world's largest mobile content provider. Nokia will provide Buongiorno with a dedicated channel within Nokia's Download! on-device portal, with the two companies sharing revenues from any content sold via this route.

While Nokia users in Italy will be the first to have access to the content, the companies said they also plan to make the content accessible in markets including Spain, France, Brazil, the U.S., China and Russia, but did not specify dates.

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