New Delhi: Lagging behind in providing mobile handsets at low costs, Nokia has increased its efforts to make a comeback in the Indian market.

In a bid to re-establish its diminishing ground, Nokia is focusing on entry-level handset market. The company is laying thrust on proving internet facility on its handsets which will be available at low cost.

Nokia has 39 percent share in the world handset market and is developing internet facility in all new phones being launched at the entry level. The company wants to lure the youth who do not wish to buy expensive smart phones.

Nokia Director (Northern India) Ravi Kunwar said that Nokia has increased the internet browsing speed in all its entry level mobile handsets.

The company has installed ten applications in models C 2-03, C 2-06 and C- 02 for fast browsing that includes travel, book my show, e-bay, quickR, NG Pay, Sulekha, ESPN cricket, News Hunt, Bharat Matrimony and Ganesh Speak.

In addition, Nokia has provided a life tool in its dual SIM phones.

“In a bid to attract youth, we are also providing map application in all our low cost handsets. The new series of Nokia handsets will have maps of several cities which will avoid downloading. The maps will be updated time to time,” added Kunwar.