Ukraine Takes Nokia MMS

Nokia to deliver multimedia messaging solution to Ukrainian Mobile Communications, which today conducted the first public MMS call in Ukraine

November 1, 2002

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ESPOO, Finland -- Nokia and Ukrainian Mobile Communications (UMC) have introduced the complete Nokia Multimedia Messaging Solution (MMS) to the Ukrainian market - the first of its kind in the country. The service is initially available for UMC target customers now and for the wider audience in early 2003. UMC today conducted the first public MMS call in Ukraine. With the Nokia solution, UMC's 1.5 million customers will be able to compose their own multimedia message, comprising a mix of personal photographs, pictures, sound recordings as well as text and send it to another mobile or email address. A range of multimedia text alerts covering sport, entertainment, gossip, news, travel and weather will also be offered. "This agreement marks a new level in our excellent cooperation with UMC. It also further underlines the fact that Nokia is a leader in MMS and next generation technologies as more and more operators choose the Nokia MMS solution for their multimedia messaging services," says Alexander Timoshenko, Account Manager, Nokia Networks. Nokia MMS deliveries to UMC include the Nokia Multimedia Messaging Center (MMSC) and the Nokia Multimedia Terminal Gateway. In addition Nokia provides system implementation, integration and care services to maintain the competitiveness of the MMS solution. Nokia Corp.

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