28 December 2012

Nigeria: 14 Millionaires Emerge in Nokia Christmas Promo

Leading mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia, has unveiled the first set of 14 winners in the on-going Nokia Asha Christmas Millionaire Promo. The lucky winners were said to have been contacted.

According to Head of Sales Operations, Nokia West & Central Africa Oyatayo Oladipo, "Nokia is very proud of its Asha Smartphone line and how it has over the last 10 months connected to the Internet, whilst providing them a rich smartphone experience at amazing price points."

Recently, the product celebrated its 1st anniversary in the market and decided to celebrate it by giving Nigerians the opportunity to stand a chance to win a million Naira this Christmas.

According to the company, all a consumer needed to do was to buy Nokia Asha smartphone and send his or her IMEI number, name, and the word 'ASHA' to 20050.

The company stated further that consumers could buy the Nokia Asha 302, 305, 308, 311 or any other Nokia Asha smartphone, adding that the promotion is for only Nokia Nigeria warranty devices.

Among other features, the Nokia Asha range of smartphones is said to come with six months free Internet and 40 free EA Games as well as two times faster browsing speeds and 90 per cent data compression, making it one of the best smartphones available at those price points.

When contacted on phone to inform him of his winning, Azeez Sobanke, who expressed his surprise and happiness, said he found out about the promo at the retail store, where he bought the phone.

Joy Nwokolo from Awka said she bought a Nokia Asha and immediately sent in her details and was pleasantly surprised when she got the call from Nokia Nigeria.

Meanwhile, the first sets of winners, who have been contacted, would be presented their cheques this week.

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