How to Register a New Nokia Phone

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How to Register a New Nokia Phone
Registering new Nokia purchases allows direct delivery of valuable information. (cell phone image by MateiA from Fotolia.com)

Frequently when you buy new electronics the manufacturer of the item recommends that you register the product with so that warranties remain intact. Failure to register the new purchase can not only eliminate valued warranties, but prevent the delivery of necessary upgrades or downloads. Nokia, however, provides a one-year warranty on all of their cellular products whether the goods are registered or not. Registration with Nokia benefits you by sending frequent product updates, discounts and upgrades as they become available.

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Things you need

  • Computer
  • Mobile phone

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Visit the Nokia registration website. It is linked to this article as a Resource.

  2. 2

    Select how Nokia may contact you by clicking one of the three radio button options: e-mail, mobile messaging or both.

  3. 3

    Provide the your e-mail address and mobile-phone number so Nokia can send you offers and discounts.

  4. 4

    Enter your first and last name, birth date, gender and mailing address.

  5. 5

    Enter the serial number and purchase date of your Nokia phone.

  6. 6

    Create a user name and password for the new "My Nokia" account and confirm the password by typing it a second time.

  7. 7

    Create a security question and answer.

  8. 8

    Read and accept the "Terms of Use and Privacy Policy".

  9. 9

    Press the "Join My Nokia" button, and the registration process is complete.

Tips and warnings

  • Items on the registration page that are not marked with an asterisk are optional information.

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