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MTN Irancell to sell Samsung Galaxy Note 5

MTN Irancell
Wednesday 09 September 15

Samsung's new mobile phone, Galaxy Note 5, is to be offered to the customers plus one USIM which supports GPRS, EDGE, 3G and 4G/LTE of MTN Irancell as well as MBB. The first people who purchase Samsung Galaxy Note 5 from the Samsung Desks located in the main shopping centers of the cities across Iran…

Samsung's new mobile phone, Galaxy Note 5, is to be offered to the customers plus one USIM which supports GPRS, EDGE, 3G and 4G/LTE of MTN Irancell as well as MBB.

The first people who purchase Samsung Galaxy Note 5 from the Samsung Desks located in the main shopping centers of the cities across Iran, will be gifted an MTN Irancell USIM to be able to enjoy all functions of the new device, reported MTN Irancell Public Relations.

After activation of the USIM and purchasing MTN Irancell mobile Internet packages of any denominations, the customers will, for one year, benefit from free of charge MBB which is equal to 20% of the purchased Internet package. The free MBB will be transfered to the account of the subscriber after activation of the purchased Internet package.

To view MTN Irancell Internet packages you may dial *555*5# or visit our website at www.irancell.ir/internet.

MTN Irancell and Samsung had a previous joint experience which dates back to April 2015 when they cooperated to offer Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge plus MTN Irancell USIM (capable of supporting 4G/LTE network).

Currently, more than 418 cities and villages, and 56 main roads in all 31 provinces are covered by MTN Irancell 3G. Additionally, more than 90 cities and villages are covered by MTN Irancell 4G/LTE.
To get connected to MTN Irancell 4G/LTE network, the subscribers need to have a device which supports 4G/LTE. They must be present in the 4G/LTE covered areas and make the needed settings as well. They also need to purchase a USIM or convert their SIM cards to USIM.


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