Tuesday, 26 February 2013
The 70m users of Nokia's Xpress cloud browser save $1m a day in data costs
"Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, said that he is helping to bring the Internet to the emerging markets through basic phones that offer a lot of features. Yesterday, the company launched the Nokia 105, which will sell for around 15 euros. His lower end phones, however, have the Nokia Xpress browser, which is a cloud-based Internet service that runs faster and consumes less data. Elop said that in total, the browser saves users $1 million a day in data costs."
Source: CNET, 26th February 2013