For the upcoming festival season in India, Nokia Mobile made their offline available devices more attractive for potential customer by slashing prices up to almost 30%, or to be precise from 5% to 26%, depending on the device. The biggest price cut was reserved for the Nokia 8 Sirocco, while other phones that got a new price include: Nokia 3.1, Nokia 5.1 and Nokia 6.1.
The price changes go like this:
- Nokia 3.1 (3GB/32GB): 11,999 – 1,000 = 10,999 INR (129 euros)
- Nokia 5.1 (3GB/32GB): 14,499 – 1,500 = 12,999 INR (153 euros)
- Nokia 6.1 (3GB/32GB): 14,999 – 1,500 = 13,499 INR (159 euros)
- Nokia 6.1 (4GB/64GB): 17,499 – 1,000 = 16,499 INR (194 euros)
- Nokia 8 Sirocco: 49,999 – 13,000 = 36,999 INR (436 euros)
As you can see, the price reduction affects mainly the device available offline (and online), while the online-exclusives like Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus already come with an aggressive price. All of the above mentioned devices look really attractive, and will surely attract customers with their look, and maybe persuade them in buying with reduced prices. I also linked our reviews on the name of the device, so clicking on it redirects you to our review(s) (not a store link), if you’re interested in reading. 🙂
From a European perspective, the prices were good even before the discounts (lol ;)). Hopefully Nokia Mobile will have some attractive offers in rest of the world for the Christmas season like they do for Diwali in India. 🙂 If you’re from India, you can of course order the devices online via Amazon, Flipkart or Nokia’s own Nokia Mobile store.
Thanks Viccky for the tip.