HMD Global partnered with this Indian carrier for Nokia smartphones

HMD Global is stepping into every possible sector to market their Nokia phones. Making a comeback and successfully reach to its heights it used to be is quite a challenge.

Even since Nokia exit the market, a lot has changed. Starting from the customer to the manufacturers, everything has changed.

However, the comeback made by Nokia is quite epic. First, they made the Nokia 3310 phone available offline exclusively. Then they partnered with Croma for selling Nokia 3 online.

Did you know that Croma Electronics is an online e-commerce site that operates under Tata Group and has been there for over a decade?

Now they partnered with Vodafone India to grab even more users. It’s quite bold for Nokia to partner with Vodafone India where every other brand is partnering with Jio.

Speaking on the partnership, any user who purchases a Nokia smartphone can now avail additional 3G or 4G data.

Sandeep Kataria, Chief Commercial Officer of Vodafone India said,”We are delighted to partner with HMD Global to roll out this exciting offer that enables our customers to get the most out of their new Nokia smartphone.”

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We all know how clustered Jio has got with over usage. Vodafone India has taken the advantage of this situation and invited all the buyers to experience good data at handsome offers.

This offer can be availed only if you are buying Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 smartphones. Nokia 3310 users won’t get any benefit. There are rumors of Nokia 3310 3G phone launching soon. If it happens, this device might be added to the list too!

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Ajey Mehta, Vice President of HMD Global said,”This partnership showcases our commitment to provide the best possible experience to our Nokia smartphone consumers who are Vodafone subscribers.”

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HMD Global partnered with this Indian carrier for Nokia smartphones
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