Have you been thinking about getting the Lumia 532 or 535? Do you by any chance need to fly to Asia? If the answer to both questions is “yes”, then today is your lucky day. Microsoft has teamed up with AirAsia to launch a special promotion called “Buy a Lumia and Fly”. As the name implies, when you purchase the Lumia 532 or Lumia 535 you can get a free plane ticket to a location in Asia.
Buy a Lumia and Fly Microsoft’s Promo
Of course, as always in such cases, there are a few steps to follow and a few conditions to meet to get a chance for a free plane ticket. First, you need to buy one of the phones between March 20th and April 30th at an eligible retailer, a list of which is provided by AirAsia.
Once you bought the phone you should register a new account for free at AirAsia and provide a proof of purchase, naturally. This will get you 5,000 BIG Points at AirAsia which qualify for a free ticket to Phuket, Krabi or Singapore. Keep in mind, though, that the points won’t include additional airport taxes, so you may need to pay a little something after all.
As for the phones, neither is a particularly high-end offering, but both are decent enough to meet the needs of an average smartphone user. The Microsoft Lumia 532 is a 4-inch handset coming with a quad-core Snapdragon 200 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory. The phone also offers a 5-megapixel rear camera, VGA selfie shooter and a 1,560 mAh battery.
The Lumia 535, on the other hand, with its 5-inch display is larger but is powered by the same chip and offers exactly the same amount of RAM and built-in storage. The device is equipped with dual cameras, both of 5-megapixel type, and is powered by a bigger 1,905 mAh battery. Both Lumias run Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box.
There is no doubt that this is a very special kind of promotion and obviously is not for everyone. If, however, you are in the market for the Lumia 532 or Lumia 535 and happen to need a plane ticket to one of the locations mentioned in the offer, then you won’t find a better deal anytime soon.
source: Air Asia