Yesterday, HMD introduced not only four new Nokia devices, including the first Nokia 8.3 5G 5G smartphone , but also a global data roaming service called Connect.
This service is designed to control traffic consumption and protect transmitted data in roaming. When using the service, all traffic is tunneled through proprietary servers located outside the territory of the European Union. The service works in 120 countries; to use it, you need to download the special HMD Connect application.
Beta software is already available on the site.HMDConnect.com.