Nokia Germany rewarding €50 vouchers to Lumia 800/900 owners

Several weeks ago we reported that Nokia isn't doing so well with their Lumia range of phones, with only four million devices sold worldwide. However, a study by Strategy Analytics shows that the launch of the Lumia devices was more successful than the launch of the iPhone back in 2007. Although we're not sure how the Lumia phones are actually doing, it seems that Nokia is exploring new ways to promote their Windows Phone devices.

German users of the Lumia 800 or 900 are in luck, because Nokia Germany is giving back 50 euros ($62) worth of vouchers which can be redeemed at some major chain stores such as IKEA, Amazon.de and Saturn. All you have to do is to register at the promotional site with your phone number, IMEI number and this coupon code: P9YE5Y

You have to be 18 years or older, live in Germany and bought the phone in Germany for personal use to be eligible for the action. You should have bought the phone during the promotional tour, which is from the 18th of June till the 26th of August this year. For those who can read German, you can read all the conditions here.

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andrewbares said,
Not sure that's a good move financially... when they're already struggling. Lol.

they are mediocre financially.. they still have around 5 billion dollars in cash.. they still have a ton of costs to cut.. RIM has 10,000 employees now and Nokia has around 100,000.. plenty to fire and save money