Nokia's New N-Gage May Sell Cheaper Than Announced

The world's largest mobile phone maker Nokia started shipping its revamped N-Gage gaming phone on Wednesday, and said due to operator subsidies it could sell cheaper than previously flagged. Nokia said the phone could be found in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific for as low as 49.99 euros ($60.60) with subsidies, some 50 euros below the lowest price given by the firm in April when the N-Gage QD was unveiled. "It could go to zero euros in some markets with subsidies," Nokia spokesman Damian Stathonikos said. He added the top, unsubsidized, price of the phone remained 199 euros.

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