Find my Nokia 401(k) plan

Nokia offers NOKIA SAVINGS/401(K) PLAN through Alight. Their plan covers 30,493 employees.

Updated on May 17, 2024

Nokia 401(k) plan information

Nokia’s 401(k) provider
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Each plan has a company-specific phone number found through the Alight 401(k) login link
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Each plan has a company-specific fax number found through the Alight 401(k) login link
Hours of operation
Monday - Friday: 8am - 10pm EST
To access your Nokia 401(k) plan online, visit the Alight website and enter your username and password, or use the forgot login feature to reset your credentials. If you don’t have login credentials, try registering as a new user.
If you have a 401(k) plan through Nokia at Alight and no longer work there, you have a few options. You can leave it with Alight, roll it over into an individual retirement account (IRA), roll it over into a new 401(k), or withdraw the funds (may incur tax penalties).

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Nokia 401(k) plan details

Nokia offers NOKIA SAVINGS/401(K) PLAN through Alight. Their plan covers 30,493 employees.

Nokia is a multinational telecommunications, information technology and consumer electronics company founded in 1865. Initially known as a paper mill, it was founded by Fredrik Idestam and Leo Mechelin. In 1967, the company expanded into the telecommunications segment by launching its first car phone which used NMT (Nordic Mobile Telephone) networks. With their focus on innovation, Nokia quickly grew to become one of the largest mobile phone manufacturers in the world and expanded further into device management services, mapping software and IP networks. By 1998, Nokia was leading the global market share for mobile phones with nearly 40%, having sold over 50 million devices worldwide. After developing Symbian OS and introducing smartphones such as their iconic Nokia N-Series in 2005-2007, they dominated more than half of Europe's smartphone amrket share. The company began to decline after 2010 due to increased competition from Apple and Android devices but continued to release new technologies till 2014 before being bought out by Microsoft Mobile Technologies in 2013-2014. Currently focused on digital health technology products such as connected health products like thermometers and pules oximeters as well as smartwatches under the name of Nokia Health division.
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