Itel Launches Smart Phone Campaign

itel P32, it was positively received last year

After being on the Ugandan Phone market for over a decade, itel Mobile has come up with an outstanding strategy and campaign which is meant to endeavor that everyone out there has access to smooth and continuous communication devices that are price-friendly, reliable and trendy.

itel Mobile has succeeded in manufacturing and availing phones to cater to different needs and preferences of their ever-growing customers. On top of that, itel smartphones are price friendly and there is no compromise when it comes to quality.

For selfie lovers and photography enthusiasts, you can purchase a premium phone from itel’s Selfie series portfolio.

itel S33, the latest S Series from itel Mobile

For those in transit in need of a lasting battery life, there are the itel power series smartphones.

itel P32, it was positively received last year

 

And lastly, for those in need of a simple android phone, there is the itel’s Android series.

This is the itel A16 which is the A series used in the Smartphone for Everyone Campaign.

 

No doubt, there is simply a Smartphone for Everyone when it comes to itel Mobile.

For more information on itel Mobile and their smartphones, visit www.facebook.com/itelMobileUganda

 

About itel Mobile

Established in 2007 in Hong Kong, itel Mobile is an innovative brand specializing in mobility solutions. With its brand philosophy “Join · Enjoy”, itel endeavored to empower every individual by providing best in class, reliable and trendy communication devices at an affordable rate. Its product portfolio comprises smartphones, tablets and feature phones.

Over the past decade the brand has become a household name in the industry spreading its presence in 40 countries across the globe. In 2016, itel reached a landmark sales volume of 50 million handsets, claiming to be among the top 3 mobile brands in Africa. As per “African Business”, most influential business magazine on the continent, itel ranks 25th Most Admired Brands for African consumers.

 

 

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