Nokia India Doles Out Festive Offers

By October 12th, 2009 AT 7:37 PM

Nokia the mobile phone giant has decked up an offer this festive season. Nokia India the Indian arm of the Nokia Corporation Ltd has introduced an offer titled as “Khareedo Now Ya Pachhtaao”.  The offer has been targeted to all the new customers who are willing to purchase a new Nokia phone this festive season might end up winning upto Rs. 10 lakh cash back.

With a new phone the dealer is going to hand over a scratch card. Scratch it to know whats in store for you. This Diwali, buy any of the devices listed below and get ready to celebrate with Nokia.

The offer is applicable on selected handsets only. The offer is valid on Nokia 5030, Nokia 2700 Classic, Nokia 7210 Supernova, Nokia 6700 Classic, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia N97, Nokia E63, Nokia 6303 Classic, Nokia E75, Nokia 5130 XpressMusic, Nokia 2330 Classic.

Cash back upto Rs.10 lakhs. Scratch the cash back card that comes with your device to know what you have won. If you are lucky you will be celebrating with Rs.10 lakh along with that you can also win Free Apps, Cracking Games, Wallpapers, Ringtones and many more.

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@agnivo Bad idea man 😛

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Hmm, ask your GF about it… 😉

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