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Nokia 2 is available in South Africa

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, today, 13 November 2017, announces that the Nokia 2 is available exclusively through Vodacom. 

With two-day battery life, the Nokia 2 is built to keep going long after other smartphones need recharging. 

“Fans associate Nokia phones with great battery life and we are proud totake this to a whole new level with the Nokia 2. We don’t think you should have to limit your smartphone use when out and about. That’s why we’ve created a smartphone that keeps going when others can’t. Every part of the Nokia 2 – from the display to system design – has been crafted to draw as little power as possible from the huge battery,” says Shaun Durandt, HMD Global General Manager for Southern Africa. 

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