Nokia and the Department of Science and Technology launched the Mobile Maths service to all South African high school Maths learners. Aligned to the CAPS curriculum, this service provides an excellent complimentary mobile learning opportunity for students in Grade 10-12. Nokia South East Africa Vice President, Gerard Brandjes and the guest of honour Ms Jeannette Morwane, Department of Science and Technology Director for ICT and Services Industry provided the background into the long journey from 2009 up to this point where the service is being piloted in many other countries and open globally to anybody interested in using the service (www.momaths.nokia.com). The solution adds value to current teaching and learning activities in both formal lessons and informal settings outside of school hours. See the Introduction video about experiences in South Africa. The service has many advantages in the formal learning situation as the service has mathematics content for grades 10, 11 and 12 and includes thousands of exercises, theory, peer-to-peer support, ranking competitions, tests and self-assessment. The concept has led to highly motivated learners who are using the service on their mobiles, mainly out of school – in the evenings, weekends and holidays – testing themselves to continually improve their scores and competing with their friends. Teachers can harness the question bank and theory for in-class teaching, follow up, analysis and monitor how the learners are doing with their exercises and collaborate with learners by sending them reminders of homework, encouragement etc. Nokia and the DST are thus supporting equal opportunity for learning and anyone interested in improving their mathematics skills can access the service and start learning. Nokia Mobile Mathematics is a resource rich service that gives instant feedback on whether you got the answer correct or not and you are able to track your scoring on each topic attempted.