Telecommunications giant, MTN, has partnered TD Mobile, a mobile device distributor, to unveil an ICE 2 smartphone designed for the Nigerian market.
According to the companies, the ICE 2 smartphone was one of many devices produced by Freetel, Japan’s biggest smartphone brand, and powered by Google’s latest Android operating system, Android 7.0.
According to a statement by MTN, the revolutionary ICE 2 comes fully equipped with the latest software and security updates including Google Play Protect, newly-developed software, which continuously works to keep one’s device, data and apps safe.
It added that the smartphone was pre-loaded with MTN’s latest apps including MTN Music Plus.
The telco company said, “Massive incentives await the first 200 subscribers to get Freetel ICE 2 devices. In addition, all customers who buy the device will enjoy double data bonus on every data bundle they buy for three months, courtesy of MTN.
The Chief Marketing Officer, MTN, Rahul De, “We are excited by this partnership because our focus over the years has been on connecting millions of Nigerians to each other and the world, thus expanding access to information, entertainment and endless opportunities. The affordable and innovative ICE 2 takes us further along this journey, allowing more Nigerians to make the transition to smartphones.”