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Etisalat Brings Nokia 6 Smartphone to UAE

Etisalat today announced the exclusive launch of the latest Nokia smartphone, the Nokia 6, to all consumers. The smartphone is available through flexible smartpay options for as low as AED 35 and at standalone price starting AED 799.

After the positive response from the launch of Nokia 6 at Mobile World Congress, the annual global telecom conference and exhibition held in Barcelona, Etisalat customers can now purchase the smartphone in UAE. The device with Android OS is available in three attractive colours. Customers can opt to purchase the device on flexible payment plans available over 12, 18 and 24 months across Etisalat stores for postpaid customers starting from only AED 35 per month.

Customers are eligible to purchase the smartphone with a new or existing prepaid mobile number and dial *056# to receive the special deal of the day offers like 1GB free for a month. Khaled Elkhouly, Chief Consumer Officer Etisalat said, “We are pleased to bring back the iconic brand Nokia with its next-gen devices to the market providing customer’s affordability on this new platform. Our customers will enjoy the convenient payment options on the countrywide 4G network giving them an opportunity to enjoy the superior features of the smartphone with seamless mobile connectivity and access to super-fast usage speeds.”

One of the most loved brands, ‘Nokia’ is available in three models mainly Nokia 6, 5 and 3. Nokia 6 comes with the latest operating system Android Nougat and Octacore Snapdragon 430 processor. The smartphones are available in a variety of colours including black, silver and blue. Nokia 6 has a 5.5 inch full HD display with Gorilla Glass sporting a 16MP rear camera, an 8MP front facing camera and is powered with 3GB RAM, expandable 32GB storage and 3000 mAH battery to support all types of smartphone users.

Subscribers can enjoy the benefits of the latest Nokia smartphones on the fastest and widest 4G/LTE network offering high-speeds of up to 300 Mbps that covers nearly 95 per cent of the country’s populated areas.

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