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Mobile City enters Nigeria, mulls phone manufacturing

After about 11 years abroad, Mobile City, an indigenous operator has finally entered Nigeria. With a focus on retail mobile phone enterprises, Mobile City, according to the Chief Executive Officer, Stanley Afunwa, having made an impact in Hong Kong, USA, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, the brand has finally come home. Afunwa explained the company aims…

After about 11 years abroad, Mobile City, an indigenous operator has finally entered Nigeria.

With a focus on retail mobile phone enterprises, Mobile City, according to the Chief Executive Officer, Stanley Afunwa, having made an impact in Hong Kong, USA, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, the brand has finally come home.

Afunwa explained the company aims to bring the best in mobile phone technology whilst the remaining budget-friendly for their customers, understanding the importance of affordable top-end 4G smartphones.

“We strive to provide our customers not only with smartphones but also we help create a lifestyle that can be recognised, acknowledged, and shared among the world community.

“Mobile City is a brand that believes in change and dares to be different. With a range of stylish smartphones paired with great technology, we sell excellent phones for the young, and the young at heart. Mobile City offers competitive pricing and readily available stock on leading brands. Our sales division has a customer-centric approach and is focused on world-class service delivery. We aim for immediate response to customers’ queries and the fastest turnaround times. Our expertise in emerging markets, strong partner relationships, and service-delivery focus has earned us several accolades,” he stated.

The CEO stated that his vision was not to contain and limit the business of modern gadgets only to retail sales, but also to expand it as further as possible.

“It was this vision that gave birth to the launching of “Mobile City Nigeria” a gadget store aimed at creating a better competitive market and delivering quality and outstanding products and services.”

Afunwa said there is a plan by the firm to start local manufacturing of smartphones in Nigeria.

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