Tell Your Story with one of 100 Lumia 1520’s, Looking for Ages 70-100


The folks at Nokia Conversations are offering 100 Nokia Lumia 1520 devices to trial for a month to those who have a story to tell, to mark the 6 inch 1080p smartphone’s arrival in the market this December.

Nokia Connects are wanting to hear the stories of people aged from 1 to 100, with one 1520 available to each age. They have designated devices to ages 1-69 so far, and want to hear from you if you are aged 70-100 or can tell the story on their behalf using a Lumia 1520.

Here is a section of Nokia Conversation’s post:

Update: we are still looking for people aging from 70-100, so if you have a friend, neighbour or relative who’s story you can capture, let us know and sign-up!

How it works.

We’re going to send 100 Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphones to people who age from one to one hundred. Or to people who know people older or younger who’s stories they can capture.

If you would like to get involved, please email [email protected]

Let us know;

Your name:
Year of birth or nominated person’s year of birth:
Your story:
Twitter/website/online presence:
Let us know if you have any friends or family who you would like to involve in this project, old or young:
If you are under 16 years old you can still be involved in the activity but an adult must sign-up for you.

Visit Nokia Conversations by clicking HERE to find out more about it, Nokia are describing this project as a “world first experiment” and would be an interesting thing to be a part of. The chance to tell the story of members of older generations would make a fitting tribute to someone like a parent or grand parent.

I shall be interested to see the results of Tell Your Story.

Source: Nokia Conversations

Lenny Bonsignore
Lenny Bonsignore
Lenny Bonsignore @LennyBons34 is Owner/Editor- in -Chief of OneTechStop, Sports fan, Tech guy, & Mailman by Day [email protected]

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