Vodafone offers on Nokia handsets to boost Indian smartphone market

Vodafone offers on Nokia handsets to boost Indian smartphone market

The second-largest telecom operator in India, Vodafone India, has signed a joint venture deal with HMD Global for their lately rolled out Nokia Android smartphones. The telecom is providing data packs on purchase of the lately-rolled out Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and Nokia 3 smartphones. This offer from Vodafone India has not only fueled its profit charts but also boosted the Nokia smartphone sale, indirectly boosting the Indian smartphone market.

Users of the above quoted Nokia mobiles can advantage additional 3G/4G data scheme. Those who purchase Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 will receive additional 5 GB data (4 GB extra) for 3 months on the purchase of 1 GB data. Furthermore, all users purchasing Nokia 6 handsets (available only on Amazon) will receive 10 GB data (9GB extra) for 3 months on purchase of 1 GB Data at just Rs 251.

Vodafone offers on Nokia handsets to boost Indian smartphone market

Post-paid users of Vodafone can also benefit a total of 5 GB/10 GB of 4G/3G data each month for 3 successive billing cycles, if they have at least 1 GB pack get going on their monthly plan.

Previously this month, HMD Global rolled out its Nokia stamped Android handsets in India. The series comprised 3 smartphones—Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and Nokia 3—having a price tag of Rs 12,899, Rs 14,999, and Rs 9,499 in that order. The Nokia 5 will be entirely available with offline vendors, while the Nokia 6 will be accessible only with Amazon India. The Nokia 3 can also be obtained from offline retail stores.

On the specifications end, the trio gives pure experience of Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system and come with built-in Google Assistant. HMD Global has already stated that the smartphones will get Android O update next year or later this year.

The handsets will be manufactured in India, commencing with Nokia 3. The company has also provided a brief of Nokia Mobile Care Centre schemes. As a fraction of the service, the firm will be giving pick and drop facility of the repaired/faulty smartphones in more than 100 cities in addition to call support and web chat.

So, hurry up guys!!! And get your Nokia handset now…

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