Rogers has just announced the availability of the UMA-enabled Nokia 7510 in Canada.
For the uninitiated, the UMA capability of the Nokia 7510 allows users to seamlessly switch between a WiFi (Rogers TalkSpot) and a GSM connection depending on which network type is available. Thus, subscribers get the benefit of unlimited talk time at home via WiFi while at the same time enjoying the benefits of a regular mobile phone when on the road. Apart from that truly unique and practical feature, the Nokia 7510 also comes with a 2-megapixel camera with flash and video recording capabilities, OSS browser, Xpress-on changeable covers, and a 512MB microSD card as part of the package.
The Nokia 7510 retails for $49.99 on a 3-year contract and is available at Rogers Wireless retail locations across the nation. It may not be a touchscreen phone like the 5800 XpressMusic nor is it anywhere near the caliber of the E71, but what you do get with this Nokia UMA flip-phone is the chance to talk more for less of the usual price.
Talk more, save more, with the Nokia 7510 from Rogers Wireless
Rogers TalkSpot(TM) compatible Nokia 7510 offers compelling alternative;
customers get unlimited local calling without using airtime minutes
TORONTO, June 29 /CNW/ - Nokia and Rogers Wireless today announced the availability of the Nokia 7510, an Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) enabled handset available on Rogers TalkSpot(TM), giving Canadians seamless access between a cellular and wireless home internet connection.
The stylish Nokia 7510 phone works over the Rogers Wireless GSM network and the wireless internet, or WiFi, to provide customers with greater mobility and an enhanced communication experience. Using the Nokia 7510 handset, Rogers TalkSpot customers can experience unlimited local calling at home without using their airtime minutes. The Nokia 7510 automatically switches from a wireless internet connection when the customer leaves their home calling zone, to a GSM network, without dropping a call or the customer noticing the switch.
The Nokia 7510 comes with two stylish Xpress-on changeable covers in fatal red and storm blue so users can personalize the stainless steel device.
Cool light effects on the external display stay hidden until needed to show information such as caller ID and a simple push of a button allows users to flip open their phone easily with one hand.
"The Nokia 7510 together with Rogers TalkSpot provides consumers the flexibility of using their cellular and wireless home internet connections, without the inconvenience of switching phones," said Richard White, General Manager of Nokia Canada. "The Canadian availability of this handset is another example of the wide range of fashionable and functional devices available in Nokia's product lineup that offer the best technology to consumers."
Additional features on the Nokia 7510 include:
- 2 megapixel camera with flash that takes videos
- OSS browser for a graphic rich PC-like browsing experience
- Up to 6 hours of talk time or 12 hours of standby time
- 512 MB external memory included in box with support for up to 8 GB
with a microSD card
Nokia also has a range of Original Accessories which are the perfect partners to the Nokia 7510, including:
- Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-102: Attractive, reliable and user
friendly, this headset has a simple easy-fitting design and optional
earloop that can be worn in either ear. It is a traditional headset
that doesn't compromise function as it has an impressive talk time of
- Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-103: Music or mobile, this headset
automatically switches between favorite songs and important calls
with one multifunctional button. It is comfortable to wear and comes
with changeable earplugs and a neck strap for easy carrying.
- Nokia 8GB Memory Card MU-43: Expand your phone's memory and store
more photos and applications with this card.
The Nokia 7510 mobile phone is available for $49.99 with a three-year term at Rogers Wireless retail locations.