Two of the world's biggest players in the mobile phone market have announced that they are going to work together to bring the Internet to more European mobile phone users.

T-Mobile and Nokia have announced they have begun to collaborate to offer their European customers faster and easier access to all of T-Mobile's Web'n'walk internet services as well as Nokia's Ovi web tool.

The deal is hoped will bring more people to mobile internet communities, which include T-Mobile's MyFaves service, which is already available to T-Mobile customers, as well as offering more web-enabled tools to people on the go.

And it will also see the two companies working together on designing widgets.

In a statement, the companies explain: "For T-Mobile customers, Nokia will customise its devices to provide a dedicated suite of T-Mobile services which will be seamlessly integrated to Nokia devices".

"Similarly, T-Mobile customers can access Nokia's Internet services, such as music, maps and games, through their Nokia device."