MTN Nigeria and Nokia has announced a program which will allow buyers to trade in their old phones for up to N18,000 ($113) back as credit on a new Nokia Lumia 625 phone.
“The thrust of this initiative is to help cater to the needs of customers who desire affordable smart phones and mobile internet connectivity, on the go,” said Kola Oyeyemi,General Manager, Consumer Marketing, MTN. “We, therefore, decided to partner with Nokia, the mobile phone-making company to offer subscribers, on our network, greater value for their money,” he continued.
Phones need to be in good condition and be accompanied by a charger. The Nokia Lumia 625 comes with a free Nokia DC-16 battery bank accessory, valued at N4000 and 100 per cent instant Internet data bonus of up to N8, 000 monthly, on activation of 250MB and above and an instant discount of up to N6,000.
Microsoft has committed to expanding its market share in Africa and is already a strong second behind Android on the continent.