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Mobile operator 3 has begun selling its first Nokia handset. The Nokia 7600 will be available on the 3 Network from over 3,200 outlets across the UK from today.

The Nokia 3600 will be available on 3's value pay monthly and ThreePay price plans, bringing the total number of phones available for these price plans to six.

The Nokia 7600 features include the ability to take pictures and create videos, send and receive multimedia messages or mobile email and listen to music. The handset supports 3's range of video mobile services including ITN news bulletins, movie highlights, music videos and Champions' League action.

Mats Wolontis, managing director of Nokia Mobile Phones UK said: "The Nokia 7600 and the future Nokia 3G products, offer customers high-quality video mobile content and services. In addition to streaming video and content download, Nokia sees person-to-person video as a key 3G application that will be featured in Nokia's 3G offering in the future." ®

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