Nokia offers free Wi-Fi for N-series devices

Nokia has teamed up with wireless provider Azure to offer users of its N-series mobile devices free Wi-Fi at hotspots around Australia.

Nokia Nseries

Nokia has teamed up with wireless provider Azure to offer users of its N-series mobile devices free Wi-Fi at hotspots around Australia.

The Azure wireless network includes hotspots in capital cities around Australia and a number of regional centres, such as Wollongong, Geelong, Bendigo, Launceston, Townsville and the Gold Coast.

Nokia's Wi-Fi-enabled N-series devices include the N73 , N76 , N80, N91 8GB , N93i and the N95. Nokia's upcoming N81 and N95 8GB will also be supported.

The Nokia N-series wireless hotspots are free from 1 October 2007 to 31 January 2008.

A full list of the wireless hotspots can be found on Azure's Web site.

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