Users can access health-related information through pay-per-text subscription schemes which cost roughly $0.05 USD per day. Using the Icon Led User Interface mobile technology, Nokia Life Tools provides quick and easy access to health information. Those interested can click on the "Life Tools" icon available on the menu and the icon leads them through the enrollment process, including the selection of the type of information (of healthcare, education, agriculture, or entertainment) they would like to receive.
When choosing healthcare information, subscribers can select from these categories: Maternal and Child Care, Health and Fitness (Men’s and Women’s Health) and Health Topics (Respiratory, Healthy, Digestive, and Diabetes). Users are given the option to personalize their profiles by adding personal information such as expected date of delivery, age, and gender wherever relevant. Nokia believes having personalized information will assist them in providing the most relevant information to subscribers.
The Health Information available through the Nokia Life Tools software is provided by Parents’ Guide magazine and the Faculty of Medicine at Gadja Mada University. This ensures that Nokia’s clients receive consistent, accurate. and up-to-date information from qualified medical professionals.