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June 4, 2002
ESPOO, Finland -- For the commercial launch of TIM's MMS service, the Nokia MMS solution will be integrated into TIM's multivendor network environment in Italy. The multimedia messaging service will allow mobile terminals to send and receive messages combining text, images, graphics and sound in a single rich message. Under the agreement Nokia has provided the Nokia Multimedia Messaging Center (MMSC), the Nokia Terminal Gateway for non-MMS legacy phones, and system and service integration for the commercial launch of MMS service. Nokia's MMS solution, thanks to the Nokia Terminal Gateway, will allow the users of MMS phones to send multimedia messages not only to other MMS-capable phones, but also to legacy GSM terminals. Users of legacy terminals receive an SMS notification and can connect to a TIM web site to view their MMS message. MMS- capable phones can also send multimedia messages directly to any e-mail address. Nokia Corp.Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)
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