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Now all Vodafone Sweden's business customers can use Vodafone's BlackBerry service
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 05, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- The global success story BlackBerry(R)is taking another major step into the Swedish market, with Vodafone Sweden now offering all its business customers the chance to receive e-mail directly to their BlackBerry handsets, regardless of location. With BlackBerry(R)from Vodafone, now even companies without their own e-mail servers can send and receive as much mail as they want at a fixed monthly price of SEK 399/user. The price also includes Vodafone's new exclusive mobileBlackBerry handset 7100v(TM) or aBlackBerry 7230(TM). Vodafone Sweden has, since this spring, been the only operator in Sweden to offer the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution to larger companies. BlackBerry is a wireless solution that pushes e-mail automatically to your BlackBerry handset without you first having to connect up.
Finnveden's Dependence on Steel Raw Materials
VARNAMO, Sweden, Oct. 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Rising steel prices and their effects on Finnveden have to an ever-increasing extent attracted the interest of the capital market recently. Against this background, there is reason to inform the market about Finnveden's dependence on steel raw materials.
Metro Extends National Distribution To Become Third Largest Newspaper In Poland
BERTRANGE, Luxembourg, Oct. 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Metro International S.A. ("Metro"), the international newspaper group, today announced that the circulation of its national edition in Poland (Cracow, Poznan, Wroclaw and Trojmiasto) will be extended from two days to five days a week. In addition, Metropol will be launched into five new cities (Katowice, Lodz, Bydgoszcz, Lublin and Szczecin) by the beginning of November. Metro is already the largest daily newspaper in capital city Warsaw, and will now become the third largest daily newspaper in Poland with a circulation of over 250,000 daily copies.