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Nokia and Du team up for E-series offer

Customers get free 200MB monthly data package for 6 months with purchase of Nokia E5 or E72

Nokia and Du team up for E-series offer
Customers get 200MB data package free for six months when buying a Nokia E5 or E72 smartphone.

Du Elite Plan customers who purchase the new Nokia E5 or an E72 smartphone can now receive a free 200MB monthly data package for six months, giving customers access to e-mail, the Internet, IM and social networking sites.

The offer, offered in collaboration with Nokia, is available to new and existing Du Elite Plan customers and will be available only for a limited time period.

"People today are leading increasingly mobile lifestyles, and often the most convenient method of communication - particularly for our culturally diverse customer base - is via email, chat and social networking sites. We are committed to keeping up with our customers' needs and requirements, and are therefore pleased to offer our Elite subscribers this state-of-the-art smartphone along with a free 200 MB data package for six months to access a variety of  messaging services, meaning they can stay connected whenever and wherever they may be," commented Farid Faraidooni, chief commercial officer, Du.

The new Symbian-based Nokia E5 comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, 5 megapixel camera, free lifetime navigation service and access to the Ovi Store. The smartphone was released in the UAE earlier in the month and costs AED 899 in stores.


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