Telenor offers its UPGRADE service without a monthly fee for the first twelve months for all clients who lease Samsung Galaxy Note9 for 24 months with a two-year Total plan subscription by October 31.
After the initial twelve months, the monthly fee for the UPGRADE service will be BGN 6.99.
Samsung Galaxy Note9 has a bigger 6.4” Infinity display, eight-core Exynos chipset, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage and a 4000mAh battery. The dual main camera has a 12MP wide-angle and a 12MP telephoto lenses and dual optical image stabilization. Note9 has a 4x4 MIMO antenna which allows Gigabit LTE support, as well as the new generation S Pen stylus, which can be used as a Bluetooth remote.
The UPGRADE service allows Telenor subscribers to replace their smartphone with a new device of choice every year. The service is available to all residential customers with a 24-month subscription contract and a two-year lease of a smartphone of selected brands and models. For an additional fee of just BGN 6.99 a month and after payment of at least 12 monthly fees and lease installments, clients may return their used device (if in a good condition) without paying the remaining lease installments. They can opt to purchase a new device in cash or on a lease. In any case, a new mobile services subscription contract is required. Telenor is currently the only Bulgarian operator offering such a service.
Clients can choose to cancel the UPGRADE at any time with no penalties, and to decide if they want to keep using it after they change their device.
Telenor offers Samsung Galaxy Note9 at a price of BGN 1269.99 in cash with a two- year subscription for the Total 44.99 plan or on a two-year lease for BGN 59.99 per month with the same plan subscription.
More information on this and other Telenor offers is available at the official website www.telenor.bg, via call to a short number and at any operator and official partner shop.
Telenor is a leading telecommunication services provider with more than 3.1 million active users in Bulgaria. As of August 1, 2018, Telenor Bulgaria, along with Telenor Hungary and Telenor Serbia & Montenegro are part of PPF Group.
PPF Group invests into multiple market segments such as banking and financial services, telecommunications, biotechnology, insurance, real estate, and agriculture.
PPF’s reach spans from Europe to Russia, the USA and across Asia. PPF Group owns assets exceeding EUR 38 billion (as at 31 December 2017) and has 170,000 employees worldwide.