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Nokia extends managed services agreement with Chorus for fixed line network in New Zealand NYSE

as informed in Agreement scope, at a glance:Extension of the intitial managed services contract, signed in 2014, for a further three years.
Ewen Powell, CTO at Chorus, said: “Our decision to extend the existing agreement reflects our satisfaction with Nokia operations and support services.
Chorus will also leverage Nokia’s technical capabilities and global services expertise to continue delivering an optimal customer experience across New Zealand.
Press ReleaseThree-year contract extension for management of end-to-end operationsNokia remains sole managed services partner for Chorus9 March, 2017Wellington, New Zealand – Nokia has renewed its managed services agreement with Chorus, New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure company, for a further three years.
The company is a market leader with more than 200 managed services contracts in mobile and fixed networks across the world.

This Is The New Nokia 3310

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referring to This Is The New Nokia 3310 – And No, That’s Not A TypoIt’s official – Nokia has relaunched the iconic 3310.
Nokia can make great phones – in fact they’re bringing the new Nokia 3, 5 and 6 to market alongside the 3310.
The 3310 was never about chart-topping specs or innovative features – it was a phone that did being a phone better than anything else.
In the day and age of bigger is better, the 3310 is a refreshing take on what a phone should be.
The 3310 is a phone for people who don’t need or want a massive high-definition touch screen, or a top of the line camera.

 

Nokia Unveils Early Results for Offer to Purchase, Pricing of its New Euro-Denominated Notes

referring to Nokia ( NOK ) provided Wednesday early results of its offers to purchase euro notes and dollar notes and the pricing for each series of dollar notes for its previously announced tender offers.
The dollar notes were issued by the company’s subsidiary, Lucent Technologies Inc.
The tender offers are being made on the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the offer to purchase dated Feb. 22, 2017.
Nokia said it intends to use the proceeds of the new noted to fund the tender offer for the euro notes, with the remaining proceeds used to fund the tender offers for the dollar notes on a pro rata basis.
These include the EUR500 million 6.75% notes due Feb. 4, 2019 issued under its euro medium term note program; the $300 million 6.50% debentures due Jan. 15, 2028; and $1.36 billion 6.45% debentures due March 15, 2029.

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