Nokia Mobile resumes its services in India after 40 days of temporary shutdown

Nokia Mobile is now live in India again from May 4. After around 40 days of the temporary shutdown of its services due to the COVID-19 outbreak, which is almost one and a half months, Nokia Mobile is now partially back to normal.

Partially because, lockdown in India still continues in the declared red zones till May 17 for now. And, as per the Government of India’s latest guidelines, non-essential services (like mobile phones, electronics, etc.) can now be resumed and delivered, but only in the declared orange and green zones, not in the red zones. Nokia Mobile Care centers have also resumed their services in the orange and green zones.

Now that Nokia Mobile has resumed its services in India, the 5% increase in the prices of its products, which took place starting from April 1 due to the increase in the GST (Goods and Services Tax), will finally come into the real effect.

Surprisingly, Nokia Mobile India has removed the links and pages of Nokia 6.2, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 3.1 Plus, Nokia 8110 4G, Nokia 216 (the one that Microsoft revealed in 2016), and many other phones from its official store. Among the listed accessories, the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds (BH-705) continues to remain out of stock. The Cashify on-site exchange offer, in which you can replace your old phone to get a discount on your new Nokia phone, is also available.

To check if Nokia Mobile is delivering at your place, you can enter the pin-code of your area after clicking on the ‘Buy now’ button on the product page. Along with Nokia Mobile, all e-commerce sites (Flipkart, Amazon, etc.) have also resumed their services in the orange and green zones.

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