Nokia X Buyers in India to get Free 500MB 3G Data for 3 Months on Airtel

Nokia, in association with Bharti Airtel , today announced an exclusive FREE 3G Data offer for the newly launched Nokia X the forked Android smartphone.

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Airtel prepaid customers across all circles buying the Nokia X will now be able to enjoy 500 MB of free 3G data per month for 3 months. Customers in non 3G circles can enjoy the same benefit on 2G data.

Post exhaustion of the 500 MB of data, charges at 3p/10KB (10p/10KB in 2G circles) will apply. The offer is available only on the first SIM inserted in a new Nokia X device by existing or new Airtel customers. The offer can be availed on new devices bought until June 30, 2014.

Nokia has also announced a special offer on Coloud POP WH-510 headphones. Consumers can enjoy a 50% discount on the Coloud POP WH-510 headphones worth Rs.1999.

Nokia Coloud POP WH-510 headphones offers


By calling the call center number 011-45738580, this headset will be available at Rs.999  for consumers buying Nokia X between 10th Mar ’14 and 30th April ’14.

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they say it takes 48-72hours for the data to come.
waiting for it.
meanwhile recharged a 7days pack of 3g..

for the waiting period

3g is available in my circle karnataka

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