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Deal | Get 22% off certain Nokia smartphones during the 2022 Ice Hockey World Championship

Nokia partners with the IIHF. (Source: Nokia)
Nokia partners with the IIHF. (Source: Nokia)
Nokia has announced that it is an official partner for the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship, set to take place in Finland during May 2022. The HMD Global brand will mark this event with new offers set to run on its official US webstore. They can be found for devices such as the rugged XR20 smartphone and the brand's inaugural T20 Android tablet.

The IIHF's Ice Hockey World Championship has been set to go ahead in 2022, and has chosen Tampere and Helsinki, Finland as venues for this event. Perhaps that is why the Federation has unveiled Nokia as one of its official partners to present the championship this year.

HMD Global's well-known brand has chosen to celebrate this achievement by holding a sale on its website. It involves a 22% discount on a number of its newer devices, Android phones such as the G50, G20, and G10 included. They can be ordered for reduced prices of US$234, $156 and $117 respectively at present.

The deals also extend to the rugged XR20, which recently starred in a new kind of durability test which involved seeing how well it could survive being used as a puck in a drop-in contested by popular Finnish ice hockey-presenting dueo Viki & Köpi.

It is priced at $141 off its normal price during the event, whereas the T20 tablet is $195 rather than $250. These deals can be accessed by using the code ICECHAMP22 until May 12, 2022; then again, it will be applied by default during the actual IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, which runs from May 13 to 29.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-05- 7 (Update: 2022-05- 7)