"[...] the first part of the deal will mean that all DT customers in Germany will get one year of Evernote Premium service — a deal that usually costs €40 ($52) annually for additional storage space and other features. With DT claiming 37 million mobile and 22 million fixed line customers, the partnership potentially adds up to 60 million more users to Evernote’s platform.Evernote Looks For International Growth, Inks Strategic Partnership With Deutsche Telekom, Starting With 1-Year Premium Accounts For DT Users In Germany | TechCrunch
To mark the new service, Evernote also said it is adding a new feature to the Premium account, available exclusively to DT users: now subscribers will be able to make document searches across Microsoft Office, iWork and OpenOffice documents that are attached to Evernote notes, bringing Premium a bit closer to Evernote’s Business product.
This is not the first carrier partnership signed by Evernote. Others include Taiwan Mobile, France Telecom, Docomo in Japan, and Korea Telecom, all also involving bundling Evernote’s premium product with subscriptions."
Monday, March 25, 2013
Evernote Looks For International Growth, Inks Strategic Partnership With Deutsche Telekom, Starting With 1-Year Premium Accounts For DT Users In Germany | TechCrunch
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