Africa’s First Smartphone Brand Sells Well in Namibia
“One of the newest and most popular outlets for technological gadgets in Windhoek, Gadgets Namibia, yesterday said demand for Africa’s first mobile devices brand, mi-Fone, is increasing at a rapid rate.
According to the Sales and Marketing Manager at Gadgets Namibia, Julia Shilunga, sales for mi-Fone, which was established in Uganda in 2008, have been increasing to the extent that customers visit the store at Windhoek’s Old Power Station and specifically ask for the mi-Fone brand. Shilunga explained that Gadgets Namibia offers the entire range of mi-Fone products, ranging in price from N$299 from the bottom of the range to N$3 800 for the top of the range model. The mi-Fone brand utilizes the Android operating system, including Jellybean and Ginger versions.”
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