In an alternate reality in 2241, James Kirk's stepfather's Corvette was equipped with a Nokia mobile telephone. His stepfather used this to contact Kirk when he took the car out for a joyride. (Star Trek)
This was one of the few instances of product placement being used in a Star Trek production.
The real-life Nokia was consulted by Star Trek property master Russell Bobbitt for the redesign of the TOS communicator. In addition, Nokia, in conjunction with Verizon Wireless, created a marketing tie-in for Star Trek, which included the launch of a website at JoinStarfleetAcademy.com.