After weeks of teasing on social media platforms and online blogs about an upcoming project, Africa’s mobile phone giant, itel mobile, finally unveiled today, its first ever exclusive experience store in Lagos, Nigeria, to the delight of itel fans and tech enthusiasts.
The new itel exclusive store, which is located on 22 Awolowo Way, off Otigba, Computer Village Ikeja Lagos, is the brand’s first official store, built to sell itel phones at a discounted price to consumers.
Commenting on the brand’s newest feat, the Retail Manager, itel mobile, Eddie-Great Efe, said that focusing on a consumer driven market, itel mobile is reinforcing its commitment to continue to provide easy technological accessibility to communicate for consumers through its highly efficient, affordable and user friendly phones.
“In a bid to reiterate our commitment to providing excellent mobility solutions through our phones, itel is delighted to launch its first exclusive store, which would offer our consumers the opportunity to experience our products first-hand as well as experience the brand itself”.
Dealers at the unveiling pledged continued support for the itel brand while promising to deliver effectively, itel smartphones which are noted for been affordable, reliable and trendy.
itel mobile seems not to be slowing down in wowing its fans with state-of-the-art devices, as the Training Manager, itel mobile, Temitope Falana hinted on more upcoming devices in its MAXPOWER series, such as the itel P32. The device is tipped to come with a massive battery capacity of 4000mAH with 18:9 full screen display along with other amazing features.
The brand recently unveiled, its first fingerprint entry-level smartphone, which is already breaking grounds in the market. Guests at the event were treated to amazing gifts while getting a 2,000naira discount on all itel devices above 20,000 naira. In the meantime, the first three customers got a free itel phone instantly. With this newly opened exclusive store, consumers can experience these smartphones first hand before purchase.
Kate Ng, itel mobile