Fanatical users of the latest mobile phones may be pleased to learn that Orange and Nokia are teaming up to provide an improved Ovi service.

The latter's trademark store, offering apps, audio and video files and other downloads, will become easier to access and is to boast a larger amount of content.

Orange is to integrate it with its own app service, giving mobile owners a simple and enjoyable downloading experience.

Marco Argenti, vice-president of media at Nokia, says: “By offering more locally relevant content and the most convenient way to pay for it, we believe Nokia's Ovi Store with Orange will be a hit with consumers.”

Orange customers will be able to easily add the cost of purchasing features from Nokia's online store to their monthly bill.

Earlier today (September 14th) Nokia announced the release of a trio of new smartphones it will unveil in the coming months, the E7, C6 and C7.

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