As a part of this agreement, Orange customers in various countries such as France, Slovakia, Spain – in addition to EE and T-Mobile (News - Alert) customers in the U.K. – can have the protection Lookout provides in their Android devices by the beginning of 2013.
Lookout mobile security provides users the confidence to explore everything the new mobile world has to provide, and they can do it safely. When users pick new apps, browse social networks, shop online or use their phone for banking and payments, Lookout is there to safeguard them.
Its complete security that’s as simple as it is powerful.
Orange customers can also make use of Lookout’s recently introduced Signal Flare feature, which assists people in locating a phone even after the battery has died.
Also, Orange markets may provide the advanced version of Lookout as part of Orange offers.
“Orange is taking a leadership position in making security an essential part of the smartphone experience,” said John Hering, CEO and founder of Lookout. “The combination of Orange’s customer focus and international reach and Lookout’s innovative approach to security will lead to a superior and safer experience for its customers. This partnership underscores our commitment to the European market.”
Recently, the company announced that 33 million new smartphones will be available in stores, and users everywhere will upgrade to new devices. Mobile phones have an average lifespan of 18 months, so Lookout tried to find out what happens to these phones when they become old or retired.
Lookout is a mobile security provider and delivers an app that assists users in protecting their phone and their data even if it is lost or stolen.
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