Nokia hops aboard $300,000 bus

Nokia hops aboard $300,000 bus

The Nokia StreetConnect bus will be travelling around hotspots in Sydney and the Central Coast

Nokia has announced a three-year, $300,000 sponsorship deal with the Salvation Army's Oasis Youth Support Network to help the disadvantaged youth in Sydney and NSW Central Coast. Nokia has thrown its support behind the StreetConnect outreach technology bus, which is filled with laptops, mobile phones, wireless Internet access, solar panels and a generator. The bus will be staffed by volunteers travelling around hotspots in Sydney and the Central Coast.

"The Nokia StreetConnect bus brings help, hope and new services to our most at-risk and disadvantaged young people by providing access to technology," Director of Oasis Youth Support Network, Paul Moulds, said.

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