Microsoft has officially launched Windows Live for Mobile in the US today as well as other territories around the world expanding availability of the access client to 33 markets and 16 handsets in the process.
The service as before will launch as a free trial with billing to be implemented at an undisclosed later date.
The service was rolled out to 11 initial markets and 5 devices beginning last year and has now expanded to include Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Thailand, UAE, UK and Vietnam along with Hungary, Iceland, India, Israel, Poland, Romania and the USA.
The service works by providing access to the most popular services on the Windows Live network which include Windows Live Hotmail, Messenger, Live Contacts, and Spaces.
The client is now compatible with the Nokia N73, N80 Internet Edition, N95, N95 8GB, N76, N81, N82, N93i, E90, E65, E61i, and E51 which can now be accessed from the Download folder for each respective device, while the 6120, 5700, and the 6110 require an additional software download from Nokia which can be found here.