Nokia gives way to the Monolithic Microsoft on Friday as the $7.2 billion deal comes to a close. After delays involving review of regulatory compliance, it looks like the acquisition of Nokia Services and its Devices segment will close this week.
The announcement was made Monday by Brad Smith, legal counsel for Microsoft.
Network Telephone Services Client Mobile Services Director embraces the transition as it may effect a marginal percentage of it’s individual consumers.
It’s believed the acquisition is a major step towards integration of mobile devices and more robust software clients. This business move will undoubtedly bring Microsoft innovation to the forefront and increase consumers acceptance and interest in Windows Phones.
Network Telephone Services will be conduction special reviews of any progress and transition and making appropriate information available to its Nokia clients.