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PC Connectivity Solution

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Nokia PC Suite is a free PC software product that allows you to connect your Nokia device to a PC
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Nokia PC Suite is a free PC software product that allows you to connect your Nokia device to a PC and access mobile content as if the device and the PC were one.

With Nokia PC Suite, you can:

Create, edit, and send contacts and messages with a single easy-to-use application
Be informed of incoming calls and new messages received
Add new entries into your device calendar in the main window of Nokia PC Suite
Get Nokia Video Manager installed together with Nokia PC Suite

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