Nokia’s marketing department did some quick thinking yesterday. They’re targeting iPhone users who are angry about the fact that they paid $200 more for their phone than they would have if they waited.
They’ve taken out ads on Google that suggest users check out Nokia’s new Mosh mobile social network. The ads, which appear for searches on “iphone price drop,” say “Sorry, Early Adopters” and suggests they salvage their iPhone experience by checking out Mosh.
There isn’t much to suggest that any angry iPhone users will be turning to Nokia Mosh to ease their pain. But it is some good thinking by a Nokia marketer nonetheless.
Update: Steve Jobs has issued an open letter announcing Apple will be giving a $100 store credit to everyone who purchased an iPhone from Apple or AT&T and isn’t eligible for any other credits.