MNF Group subsidiary Pennytel has begun selling handsets rather than just SIMs and plans.
As an introductory offer, Pennytel is reducing the price of both models by 25% until 18 August.
Both models are Android-based, and Pennytel throws in a free case with each phone.
Pennytel's target market is the over 55s, and the company's research revealed that the three most important handset factors for this group are purchase price, battery life and screen size. Furthermore, 78% prefer to buy a phone outright.
"We have always been about great coverage, real value and excellent customer service and by offering these Nokia handsets, we're working with a trusted brand to supply high spec phones at a competitive price," said Pennytel consumer general manager Tomas Diaz.
"We believe affordable smartphones with the latest features and trends should be readily available to everyone in any area. For customers who are putting up with an old phone that no longer works, is slow or doesn't support the latest updates, this new offering allows an upgrade to something more reliable and secure."
Pennytel's plans start at $10.99 a month for unlimited calls and texts, plus 1GB of data. The first three months charges are discounted by 25% if ordered before 18 August.