As revealed by Ralph de la Vega at AT&T's CES Developer Summit this morning (liveblog here) and singled out by CNET, Nokia's flailing and heretofore not-available-on-AT&T Ovi Store is finally available on Ma Bell, complete with direct billing. As of today, Nokia users can snag the usual assortment of apps, games, and ringtones and have the purchases billed directly to their mobile carrier. CNET reports that Nokia devices like "E71x, the Surge, the Mural, the 6650, the 6555, and the 6350" are working today and that "more [Nokia] devices soon coming to AT&T's network will be able to access the Ovi Store." Next step: Make it an experience worth visiting!

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