Trying to excite the Indian buyers with an offer, Finnish smartphone maker Nokia has today announced new data offers for Airtel pre-paid customers buying Nokia X in India. To refresh you about the phone, it is the company's first Android-based handset and supports almost all the Android Apps.
Moreover, the offer lets Nokia X users enjoy 500MB of free 3G data per month for 3 months. And the subscribers in non 3G circles can also enjoy the same on 2G data.
After 500MB of data in a month, users will be charged 3p/10KB (for 3G users) and 10p/10KB for 2G users. It is a limited time offer and thus only lasts until June 30th, 2014. It should be noted that this is an entry level Android-based smartphone.
Not only that but the maker of the popular Lumia series of smartphones also announced a special 50% discount on the Coloud POP WH-510 headphones. According to the offer users buying Nokia X between 10th March 14th and 30th April 2014 can call the call center number 011-45738580 to get the headphones at a discounted price of Rs. 999.
Regarding the Airtel offer, Viral Oza, Marketing Director at Nokia said, "Nokia aims to constantly enhance user experience through innovative associations. The newly launched Nokia X offers the unique combination of access to Android apps, coupled with signature Nokia experiences and Microsoft services. We wanted to bring this experience to our consumers in the most seamless way. With this offer, Nokia and Airtel have come together to make this possible. This reinforces Nokia's commitment towards working with our partners within the ecosystem to deliver the best user experiences."
Kartik Sheth, CEO Data & Devices, Bharti Airtel said, "India is witnessing a tremendous growth in smartphone adoption. Airtel is committed to offering smartphone users best-in-class mobile internet experience. We are delighted to extend our partnership with Nokia for their new device Nokia X. The exciting offer of 500 MB per month free 3G data for 3 months will enable customers to make the most of their new Nokia X device."