Orange today announces the launch of Orange Photography, a service that enables customers to instantly upload and share photos taken on a mobile phone to a secure and free online photo album. For the first time customers will be able to store photos from their mobile phone and digital camera in the same place and view images on either device.
As soon as a customer takes a photo on their handset, the Orange Photography service gives users an automatic prompt to send their shot to the photo album for sharing and printing. This auto-upload application will be pre-installed on the Nokia N80 (coming soon) and is downloadable to customers from Orange World with compatible devices (Nokia N70, 6680, 6630, 6230i).
The free online photo album comes with 200MB of space, enough for approximately 1000 medium-res photos. Users are able to store, add and edit digital images stored on their PC or Mac. The photo album is powered by leading online photo service PhotoBox.
The album can be shared with family and friends who can access images from anywhere with an internet connection - without any loss of quality. The service also includes the facility to print images directly from a computer or have them processed and delivered through the PhotoBox dedicated print service.
Unlimited upload of photos from the phone to the album with Orange Photography costs 4 per month (UK use only) and includes 30 MMS messages. Customers can take advantage of the free 1 month Orange TRY period available to new customers and receive 10 free prints upon registering for the online album.
This service is great news for all clients of Orange and will signal the start of a larger array of services designed to extend your mobile phone and integrate it with the internet.
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