Fuji inks deal with Nextel, possibly others

Fujifilm signed a deal with Nextel Communications that will allow Nextel subscribers to upload photos to the Internet for storage or print them at any of the 3,100 US Fujifilm locations. The service costs $3 per month. Prints cost between 29 cents and $2.99 per picture, depending on print quality. Alltel and Cingular Wireless are expected to announce similar deals with Fuji Photo Film next week. Sprint signed a similar deal with Fujifilm last fall. No financial details of the Nextel, Fuji deal were released.

For more on Fuji's deal with Nextel:
- check out this story from ZDNet

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