Nokia do not sell mobile phones to Americans. Even if Nokia is the world’s largest mobile maker (2 of every 5 cell phones bought last year were Nokias), the brand is almost undetectable in the United States. According to the article about that issue from NYTimes, Nokia cut itself out of the American market through two bad decisions. First, Nokia doesn’t make phones that work on American wireless networks. Second, Nokia uses a sales strategy for America that failed. Also the company demanded too much from U.S. operators.