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Mobile & Wireless

Nokia introduces dual-Sim phones in Nigeria

Tuesday 2 August 2011 | 14:08 CET | News
Nokia is about to introduce the X1-01, C2-00 and the C2-03 dual-Sim mobile phones to the Nigerian market, with more to follow, The Punch reported online. Reuben Onwubiko, head of marketing in West Africa, said the new devices are very affordable and competitive and meet the needs of different consumers. Nokia product manager Olumide Balogun said the Easy Swap innovation means users can change Sim without switching off their phones. There is also the option of assigning ringtones to each Sim so they know which Sim is being called. Consumers can decide which Sim to assign for calls, which to assign for browsing the web or even which to use to send SMS, based on their preferred operator's offers. Other features include microSD support up to 32 GB, media player, 3.5mm AV connector, GPRS, camera, micro USB connector slot and new Nokia web browser. The dual-Sim phones come with the Nokia Life Tools Service, which gives consumer access, tips and advice on agriculture, education, entertainment and healthcare.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nokia
Countries: Nigeria
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Iwant to know when the phone will be availiable, and when to place other for my mobile shop
Anehozeng Bassey @ 3/8/2011 - 11:37


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