Giveaway -Lumia 530 Smartphone For One Lucky Reader

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After giving out the Coloud Bang Speaker to one of our readers, Microsoft Devices surprised us with one Lumia 530 phone to again give out to another lucky reader. So we have been thinking on what criteria to use, since we love all our readers. And this is what we are going to do. Through the comment section the person who will tell us the best selling points or features that make Lumia 530 suited for the Kenyan market will walk away with brand new Lumia 530. The winner will be announced on Thursday 20th November 2014

So with that we are not going to say more about the phone.. your turn tell us something about it. But here are some information about the Lumia devices and Microsoft:.

Microsoft has entered into partnership with Kenya Orient Insurance Limited to provide our users with an insurance cover for the smart phone range. Users can now protect their devices from accidental damage – screen repair or liquid damage repair. The package ranges from 1.5% for a Kshs 70,000 or 2% for a Kshs 20,000 device. No excess fee will be charged. To register, users are required to send and SMS with their respective IMEI numbers to 70707. Two verification messages will be sent with further registration details.

The insurance deal covers devices that not older than two years from date of purchase, user can only make a maximum of two claims per device per year. When registering, one must have proof of purchase and the insurance value will based on catalogue price as well as applicable depreciation.

Those with old Lumia devices and  have not upgraded to the Lumia Cyan software, It is advisable to do it now. Go to the SETTINGS > UPDATE PHONE

And finally any new Lumia device being bought over the next 3 months will be coming with 3 months free Skype.

 

What is your opinion on the topic?
Kennedy Kachwanya
Lead Blogger at Kachwanya.com
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Kennedy Kachwanya is a technology blogger interested in mobile phones both smart and dumb, mobile apps, mobile money, social media, startups ecosystem and digital Savannah. New media must not forget the strength of old tech.
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