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Micro Station opens new outlet

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TO further serve its teeming customers, a foremost phones and telecommunication-trading company in Nigeria, Micro Station Limited, has opened a new state-of-the-art retail outlet to its growing customers.

The new outlet is situated around the popular Ikeja Computer Village market, is the eighth of such investment and followed the commissioning of the company’s Sango-Ota outlet in November last year.

Over the years, Micro Station’s outlets in Victoria Island; Otigba Street in Computer Village; Awolowo Way in Ikeja; Oshogbo; Ikorodu and Mushin and Sango-Otta, have been serving its growing customers with quality products that meet their various needs.

Speaking on the new sales outlet in a statement, the Managing Director of Micro Station, Mrs. Tinuola Coutroupis, said the latest addition to the company’s list of sales outlets, was borne out of its expansion roadmap to increase its footprint across Nigeria in order to serve its customers better.

“The new retail outlet provides easier access to our customers to get all the devices that they need in a conducive environment for those customers who do not want to storm into the hurly-burly inside the Computer Village market before making their purchase,” she said.

Coutroupis noted that Micro Station had embarked on an aggressive branch network expansion, which will take it to as close as every doorstep of every discerning individual that desires quality mobile devices at a time when Nigeria’s mobile telecoms industry is awash with fake and substandard products.

“So, our Kodesho outlet is on a major road and gives customer the convenience needed to make their purchase and it is our belief that accessibility is key and therefore, we chose an area that is easily accessible, no matter where our customers are coming from.”

While promising the company’s commitment to open more of modern sales outlets this year and beyond, Coutroupis said, with the opening of the Kodesho Road sales outlet, Micro Station’s customers will have access to different kinds of devices that will be on sale, both high-end and mid-end phones, tablets and other computing devices.

“At Micro Station, we have placed customer satisfaction first in our scheme of things. We want customers to get the best value for their hard-earned money, no matter how much they are spending.

“As such, we have carefully selected our partners and are bringing both the high-end and mid-end range of devices that meet and surpass the expectations of our growing net-worth customers,” she added.

Also speaking, Head, Retail Businesses and Services, Micro Station, Emmanuel Ekuma, said the company will continually work in line with it’s philosophy of placing high priority on customer experience, adding that as part of this, the company provides after-sales services that are second to none to its valued customers.



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