Nokia Offers Free Premium Apps & Games on Selected Mobile Phones

By March 21st, 2012 AT 3:19 PM

Nokia India today announced a range of premium applications and games on select Nokia smart devices for its consumers free of cost!

Nokia Consumers who purchase Nokia C5-05, Nokia C5-03, Nokia 500, Nokia 603 and Nokia 701 can download apps and games worth Rs. 3850. The offer can be availed by existing users of these devices as well as new buyers.

The free premium apps and games also include exciting labels from EA Sports for sports enthusiasts. These include FIFA ‘12, EA Cricket ’11, Tiger Woods PGA Tour ’11, Tekken, Medal of Honor and Need for Speed.

Other popular games include Monopoly, FIFA ‘11, Flight Control, Zuma’s Revenge and Hard Rock collection. Besides gaming, Nokia is offering a host of utility apps for Nokia C5-05 and Nokia C5-03 users. Thes include useful apps such as SMS scheduler, SMS spam manager, Call recorder, Contacts Hider and Message Hider.

To get Free Apps on all above these devices, SMS Nokiaapps Handset Model Number (without any space) to 55555.

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Pls try later. 3 rs /sms.

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