NewsRevised pricing for Nokia Store in India brings further value to consumers, while business opportunities increase
Nokia will optimize pricing in Nokia Store in India to streamline price points. Price points will grow from 5 INR to the maximum of 250 INR. As part of Nokia’s focus on driving the best possible consumer experience in Nokia Store, the pricing structure for pay-per-download content items purchased from Nokia Store India will be changed, effective October 1, 2013. The new pricing structure will see the cost of content items optimized to increase revenue and to better align with market conditions. We believe these changes will provide new opportunities to further grow your business in a key growth market.
Content items are categorized according to price band, or ‘bucket’, and we recommend that you check your current price band allocations to ensure your items are correctly categorized within the new pricing structure.
The new pricing structure and content items categories are listed in the Billing Matrix document. The latest version of Billing Matrix includes also many other updates, for example, pricing has been updated for most countries in price points #12 – #14. Please see the revision history for more information.
If you wish to adjust the current price categorization for your items, you will find full instructions in the Publisher Guide document. If you have any questions, or would like additional help, please don’t hesitate to contact the Nokia Publishing Support Team at email@example.com
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