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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Nokia N91 hits Nigerian market

Remmy Nweke

In continuation of its innovative way of connecting people through the Nseries, mobile communications leader, Nokia, has launched its N91 mobile phone into the Nigerian market.

Nokia N91, comes with 8 Gega bytes (GB) and was described as a jukebox by Mr. Tarik Bennouna, official of the company, who supervised the launch in Lagos.

He also said that the launch heralded by a Marathon held last month, September in Lagos, was to enable it set a musical record with participants drawn from Nigeria.

"We have been on music development since inception,” he declared.

Describing Nokia N91 as a hero product of Nokia brands, he said, it has a memory capacity of 4 Gb hard disks, dedicated music keys, eight band equalizers.

Also, Mr. Bennouna said, N91 evolves with 3.5mm jack to connect users with their favourite tunes in addition to headphones.

Nokia, he said, is committed to connecting people and today, “we’re connecting people with music.”

Commenting, Channels Marketing Manager for West African at Nokia, Ms Beatrice Ohumhense, said, the mobile music experience availed the selection of 50 young Nigerian dancers made up of females and males who have undergone lots of dancing exercises and counselling.

This figure was from the initial 250 applications submitted, according to her.

In addition, Nigeria applied for the breaking of the Guinness music record, according to Ms Sandra Ahazu.

The application was made in collaboration with the management of Silverbird and Nokia Nigeria, whereas the winner of the mobile music experience would earn a certificate N91 among other goodies.

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