Finnish Companies preparing to move to Windows Phone?

| March 30, 2012 | 79 Replies

Yes, at least according to Nok Conv Finland and a study by Marketvision.  As Finnish companies update their phones, the most likely next OS is WP.

Joni who sent in the tip said:

According to research company Marketvisio, 93 % of Rinnish companies
use currently Symbian smartphone, but they are changing their phone
platform policies.

72 % of the companies are planning to change to “phone policy” (I
don´t know how to translate this in english, but it means rules about
what phones and platforms are used in organisations)

And the good news to Nokia is, that Nokias WP phones are the most
popular platform in the future. Number 2 is WP made by other

After that comes iOS, Android, Symbian, Meego(!) and Blackberry

So. 93% currently using Symbian, but 72% are planning to change to a different platform. The most popular platform they’re apparently going to change to is Windows Phone – which is hopefully/most likely going to be a Lumia device.

Update: Heidi Lemmetyinen said the study indicated the biggest change is to NOKIA WP, and then WP and then other OS. Good. As long as the first choice is Nokia :).

Cheers Joni for the tip!


Category: Nokia, Windows Phone

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