Nokia announces offers Big Billion Day discounts for Nokia 6.1 Plus, 5.1 Plus

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It’s raining bucketloads of offers and discounts before the festive season of Diwali commences in India. We’ve seen quite a few unbelievable deals from brands already. Speaking of which, here are some from good old Nokia. HMD Global, the parent of Nokia has shaken hands with Flipkart and announced some offers for the Big Billion Days sale starting 11th October 2018, at 00:00 hrs. The offers are for the newly launched Nokia 6.1 Plus and the Nokia 5.1 Plus.

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During the sale, the Nokia 6.1 Plus will be available with a Rs 1,000 discount retailing at Rs 14,999 while the Nokia 5.1 Plus will also receive a flat discount of Rs 500 retailing for Rs 10,499.

Besides the flat discount, there will be a 10 percent off* for HDFC Bank Debit or Credit Card users. Furthermore, there’s also the 50 percent buyback value* option if you buy another smartphone from Flipkart within six to eight months of the purchase. As usual, potential buyers will be eligible for no-cost EMIs as well with options of three to six-month installments.

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The Nokia 6.1 Plus comes with a great glass build at a price of Rs 15k. It is a beautifully made device that seems way more expensive than it really is. It also has formidable specs and impresses in the performance department too. If you want to buy the phone, do check out our full review of the Nokia 6.1 Plus before you do that. 

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