Viva unveils special Nokia Lumia offer
Manama, December 8, 2012
Viva Bahrain has launched a special promotion under which it is offering top Nokia smartphone models - Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 - for free with subscription to its 'Smart Plans' along with an array of the latest accessories.
Powered by Windows 8 operating system, the Lumia models are this year’s most anticipated handsets for high tech enthusiasts, said a statement from Viva.
The Nokia Lumia smartphone series is now available exclusively on all Viva Smart plans, including Smart 20, Smart 25 and Smart 30 as well as Platinum Plan, with affordable prices starting at BD20 ($52.7).
Viva customers can also take their Lumia experience a step further and enjoy the full features of the smartphone by purchasing one of the many Lumia accessories available at Viva stores such as the ‘Fatboy Wireless Charging Pillow’, or the ‘Fatboy Wireless Charging Plate’ or the ‘Purity Pro Stereo Headset from Monster,’ it stated.
With the exclusive launch of Nokia Lumia 920 and 820, Viva aims to keep its customers up-to-date with latest introductions in products and enrich the lives of customers in today’s technologically advanced world, said a senior official
"We are delighted to offer the latest introductions of Windows Phone 8 devices from Nokia exclusively for our customers. The phones are available with a convenient array of Smart plans that enable our customers to enjoy the full Lumia experience with its fantastic features and get accessories specially designed for the phones," remarked CCO Andrew Hanna.
"This is yet another value-added offering from Viva to enhance its customers’ communications experience,” he stated.
Vithesh Reddy, the GM for Nokia Lower Gulf said, “Nokia is proud to partner with Viva for the launch of Lumia Windows Phone 8 in Bahrain. We have been working closely together to ensure that our customers get the best possible smartphone experience and value from this strong partnership.”
“The latest Nokia Lumia smartphones have an unprecedented range of features and applications that will revolutionize the industry and also meet the growing demands of the consumer lifestyle in Bahrain,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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