Sri Lanka’s national mobile service provider, Mobitel, has entered into a partnership with HMD Global to launch a special seasonal campaign to promote the latest Nokia Android devices.
Along with the launch of the Nokia Android – Nokia 8 - HMD Global and Mobitel will be offering exciting prizes for purchases of Nokia 2, Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 via a raffle draw.The prizes include a cash prize of Rs.1.5 million at the end of the promotional period; 16 TVS Apache motorbikes throughout the promo period (two per week).
A free Mobitel bundle of talk time and data is also given for all customers that purchase the phones. This promotion is valid until February 15th 2018.
In order to be eligible for the raffle draw, customers need to insert a Mobitel sim (new or existing customer) into the newly purchased Nokia Android device and dial ‘#256#’ to activate the free talk time and data bundle.
Following successful activation, customers will be eligible for the raffle draw.
Nokia smartphones offer the latest pure Android experience for devices. Providing monthly security updates, Nokia smartphones are safe, up-to-date as well as clutter-free, putting choice at the heart of the consumer experience.
The new android offers latest features including the capabilities of Doze, which saves battery life while the phone is in a pocket or bag. Nokia smartphones also feature a series of new innovations such as the two-day battery life in the Nokia 2 to the ‘Bothie’ feature in the Nokia 8 that allows users to share both sides of the story simultaneously.
Mobitel continues to forge partnerships with leading mobile brands to explore technology platforms so as to offer customers with the latest technology to enhance their lifestyles.
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