Nokia said that more than 76 million people have "experienced" its Nokia Life service - a suite of "life improvement information services that work across a range of basic and feature phones without the need for a data connection." Nokia also unveiled the "Nokia Life+ web application" - a web-based service that can be accessed through the Nokia Xpress Browser, which is claimed to compress Internet data up to 90%.
Nokia Life+ is also compatible with two new Nokia "smartphones" (the Nokia Asha 308 and Nokia Asha 309), which run the Nokia OS and have touchscreens. Although these handsets are only 2G, they cost just 99 US dollars and the Nokia Asha 309 supports WiFi. source: Nokia statement