Nokia offers free JBL bluetooth speaker

GET into the Beat this new year with HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones. 

With any purchase of a Nokia Android smartphone, consumers will receive a free JBL GO Portable Bluetooth Speaker.

From Jan. 1 until Jan. 31, get the Bluetooth speaker for free when you purchase a Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 or Nokia 8.

The promo can be availed through purchases made in authorized Nokia mobile phone dealers nationwide, as well as online through

Nokia’s midrange phones are optimized for everyday use. 

The Nokia 3 features a precision-machine aluminum frame to ensure a strong build unheard of in the affordable smartphone segment. The Nokia 5 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor and a 13MP camera with dual-tone flash. For an immersive audio experience, the Nokia 6 boasts Dolby Atmos™ dual speakers and a smart amplifier. With this affordable smartphone range, you can get Android that is pure, secure and up-to-date. The phones come in various colors to suit different styles. 

The Nokia 8, Nokia’s flagship smartphone, features 13MP front and rear cameras that can run simultaneously with the world first Dual-Sight camera technology in collaboration with ZEISS optics, inspiring everyone to “Be less Selfie, be more Bothie.”

The Nokia 8 lists at P29,990 SRP while the Nokia 6 is available for P11,990. The Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 are priced at P6,990 and P9,990, respectively. 

The free JBL Bluetooth Speakers can be claimed until February 15, 2018 from the dealer where the Nokia smartphone is purchased. Just present the official receipt as proof of purchase within the promo period. For any inquiries about the promo, contact [email protected]

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