Nokia launches the 6301 UMA handset

Nokia launched a UMA-enabled handset, the 6301. The handset sports a stainless steel design and allows users to seamlessly transfer calls to and from GSM networks to WLAN networks via Unlicensed Mobile Access technology. Nokia has plans to release the handset in Europe, but not yet in the U.S., despite UMA-based services cropping up here: like T-Mobile's recently launched FMC service.

For more on the handset:
- read this press release

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