2 October 2008 - Telenor is the first operator in Serbia whose giant offer includes the latest Nokia N96 model, as of Monday, October 06. The model fully integrates phone and multimedia services, produces high-quality photos, and provides plenty of new services. All subscribers can order their N96 at Telenor Website (www.telenor.rs).
The new Nokia N96 has an option of live TV broadcasting, a built-in 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, as well as voice navigation. The basic version has 16 gigabytes of memory, expandable up to 24 gigabytes, with an additional micro SD card, superb sound quality and music reproduction, the N-Gage gaming system, and a 2.8 inch screen.
Upon purchasing a phone in Telenor stores, a customer receives a mobile phone with original parts and a warranty, which includes a maintenance and repair option in an authorised service shop, while a user is provided with a phone of similar quality and features.
In this manner, Telenor largely contributes to the fight against the illegal market of mobile telephony-related products. In the last ten years, more than 2,780,000 mobile phones have been legally imported, with nearly seven million subscribers registered in the same period. These figures best confirm that illegal phones are highly present at the local market, whose annual demand is 1.5 million devices. Last year, more than one million mobile phones were imported regularly.
In addition to Telenor stores, the new Nokia N96 model can be purchased through the Web and telesales, and the phone will also be offered with Telenor postpaid tariff packages Transfer and Flexi.