Amazon India is hosting the [Nokia Mobile Week from Monday, January 8 to Friday, January 12. The Nokia 6 and Nokia 8 will be part of the Nokia Mobile Week, with discounts, cashbacks, and exchange offers on both smartphones. Additionally, an instant discount of Rs. 1,500 is applicable for purchases made with ICICI credit cards. It is valid on purchase of a new Nokia 6 or Nokia 8, one phone per card only. The offer started at 12am IST on January 8 and ends at 11:59pm IST on January 12.
Starting with the Nokia 6 offers during the Amazon India Nokia Mobile Week, the mid-range smartphone is available with an additional Rs. 1,000 discount on exchange of older smartphones with up to Rs. 12,779 off. The Nokia 8, on the other hand, is entitled to a Rs. 2,000 Amazon Pay cashback on payment via any prepaid method on Amazon.in. The Amazon Pay cashback will be added to the linked Amazon account within 3 working days of the shipping date.
Users with ICICI Bank credit cards can avail an instant discount of Rs. 1,500 on purchase of any of the two smartphones. This amount will be deducted at checkout upon entering valid credit card credentials. The discount is valid even if the phone is bought in an exchange offer.
The Nokia 6 first went on sale in India in August 2017. The smartphone is sold in three colour variants - Matte Black, Copper, and Tempered Blue (currently unavailable on Amazon.in) for an MOP of around Rs. 14,199. It comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage, expandable via microSD card (up to 128GB).
As for the Nokia 8, it was made available in India in October 2017. The phone is sold at a price of Rs. 36,999 in two colour options - Tempered Blue and Polished Blue. The smartphone has 4GB of RAM and 64GB inbuilt storage, expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB).
In November last year, the Nokia 6 and Nokia 8 were available with special cashback offers on Amazon India under a similar Nokia Week campaign.
Recently, HMD Global management announced the rollout of Oreo Beta Labs for the Nokia 6 in India.
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