Vodafone Qatar announced an exclusive offer for the latest Lumia 830 smartphone, recently introduced by Microsoft Devices in Qatar.

Chief Commercial Officer of Vodafone Qatar, Marc Norris, said:

We’re very excited about this new offer which comes with the much-wanted JBL PowerUp Wireless Charging Speaker and a fabulous data plan that allows both of our Prepaid and Postpaid customers to enjoy a great internet experience especially over Vodafone 4G.’

Customers of the Lumia 830, which comes at the price of QR1,499, will get to take home a JBL PowerUp Wireless Charging Speaker for free worth QR1,080, taking their smartphone experience to a whole new level. The JBL PowerUp Wireless Speakers are beautifully designed speakers providing great quality sound. The PowerUp uses NFC and Bluetooth technology to wirelessly stream music and even charge your Lumia phone so you’re always powered up.

Vodafone’s offer also comes bundled with free data allowances for Vodafone Qatar Postpaid and Prepaid customers. Vodafone Prepaid customers will enjoy a 6GB data package for 90 days, whereas Vodafone Postpaid customers will be entitled to 15GB per month for three months. Additionally, customers can trade in their old handset with the brand new Lumia 830 and will receive the value of the phone they trade in plus an extra QR 200 paying, basically, the difference in price between both handsets.

General Manager – Lower Gulf, Microsoft Mobile Devices, Vithesh Reddy, said:

We are very excited to be partnering with Vodafone Qatar and providing customers in Qatar a great offer with the Lumia 830 device alongside an integrated Microsoft experience. The Lumia 830 combines a slim, vibrant style with powerful performance to create an uncompromised smartphone experience whereby people easily capture and share more of what they want. Microsoft has been making consistent efforts to make their Lumia devices accessible to all sections of the smartphone society. Their greatest accessibility feature is the Narrator, a screen reader that can help visually-impaired individuals to operate their device, surf the internet and use several other apps. Apps such as Microsoft Pocket Magnifier, Verbose and Smart Assistant are pushing the creative boundaries of app developers, urging them to increase the accessibility quotient in their apps.’

The Lumia 830 offers people free access to Microsoft Office, Skype, XBOX games and the best of social apps, which allows users to easily switch between work and play mode. It also comes powered with 15GB for free on OneDrive cloud services, allowing people to securely access and sync, all their files, photos, music, and games across smartphones, tablets, and PCs.

Lumia 830 features a 10 MP PureView camera with OIS and Zeiss optics with 3 mic Rich Recording, making it easier than ever to shoot high quality videos with excellent sound. Its eye-catching blend of metal and polycarbonate creates a perfect sense of balance and harmony, making it a design of beauty.

Vodafone Qatar is the holder of the Second Public Mobile and Fixed Telecommunications Networks and Services License in the State of Qatar. Vodafone Qatar switched on its mobile network on 1 March 2009 and shortly after started delivering great value to its customers with a range of exciting products and services. Having built a world class converged IP network, Vodafone launched fibre-based consumer and enterprise fixed-line services commercially in October 2012.

For more information, visit Vodafone Qatar’s website.