Airtel And Nokia Introduce Exclusive Nokia X1-01 Dual SIM Bundle Package

Leading telecommunications service provider, Airtel Nigeria and mobile phone giant, Nokia have joined hands to introduce the first ever Nokia dual SIM device, the X1-01, bundled exclusively with Airtel SIM cards for the Nigerian market.

 

·        Customers to get N250 bonus airtime for every N400  monthly cumulative airtime recharge

·        Buyers of Nokia X1-01 Device to receive 20 free SMS every month from Airtel

·        Handset Bundle offer exclusive for Airtel customers

 

The Airtel and Nokia offer will enable consumers in the country enjoy one of Nokia’s latest phones, the X1-01 dual SIM model and Airtel Nigeria’s innovative, affordable,  and value–rich telecom solutions.

 

In line with the terms of the Airtel/Nokia bundle offer, customers who purchase Nokia X1-01 handset will get N250 bonus airtime for every N400 cumulative airtime recharge monthly for six months. The customers will also get as many as 20 free SMS monthly.

 

The subscribers will enjoy the 20 free SMS for life so long as they recharge with a minimum of N100 every month.

 

Speaking on the latest collaboration with Nokia, the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director of Airtel Nigeria, Deepak Srivastava, said “the partnership between Airtel and Nokia offers Nigerians  the perfect opportunity to enjoy the benefits/value that comes with such an innovative collaboration between two of the powerful brands that impact the lives of many people daily.

 

He explained that to qualify for the free N250 monthly airtime bonus, those who purchase the bundle offer will need to recharge up to N400 monthly either via the physical scratch cards or electronically through its unique Easy recharge service. The N250 airtime he added, may be used for voice calls on the Airtel network and is valid for 30 days. The 20 free SMS is also valid for 30 days and can be used for sending messages to other airtel customers anytime, anywhere.

 

Customers are rewarded with the free N250 airtime within 48hours when they achieve the N400 recharge threshold. The beneficiaries are automatically notified of the bonus via SMS.

 

According to Srivastava, the bundled Airtel SIMs is provisioned on the Airtel Big Family package, implying that customers will enjoy a call rate of 15kobo/second to Airtel lines and 30kobo/second when calling other networks after the first minute of the day at 60kobo/second.

 

Additionally, customers will have the benefit of making calls at 20k/second to the US, UK (landline), China, Canada and India after the first call of the day to any of these international destinations at 60 Kobo per second

 

The benefits of the innovative Airtel 2SIM package are also available on the bundle, offering customers great value at 10kobo/second all day between the paired SIMs and 1kobo/second from 12 midnight to 4.30am. Call rates between the paired SIMs apply from the very first second of the call.

 

The aesthetically built Nokia X1-01 comes in exciting colours, with built-in music player and FM radio, offering the user the opportunity to listen to music and news on the go

 

It is also equipped with  up to 16GB memory card support, easy SIM manager customized settings, flashlight, clear sound output and MP3 players with one touch music keys The phone boasts of long battery power that supports up to 36 hours of music playback .

 

The Nokia X1-01 Airtel bundle is available exclusively in all Airtel shops nation-wide and in all Nokia dealer and retailers outlets.

 

About Bharti Airtel Limited

Bharti Airtel Limited is a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa. The company offers mobile voice & data services, fixed line, high speed broadband, IPTV, DTH, turnkey telecom solutions for enterprises and national & international long distance services to carriers. Bharti Airtel has been ranked among the six best performing technology companies in the world by BusinessWeek. Bharti Airtel had over 228 million customers across its operations at the end of June 2011. To know more please visit, www.airtel.com.

 

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