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OPPO Nigeria has opened a service centre in Lagos for effecting repairs of all OPPO devices sold in the country. The new facility services the… Read More »OPPO service centre now available in Lagos
If you are hunting for a TECNO phone with 6000mah battery, the TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus is one. It packs a 6.35″ AMOLED display, Helio P22 chipset, as wel as a rear triple camera..
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 pre-order has kicked off in Nigeria, Africa’s largest smartphone market. Both the Note10 and the Note 10+ are available during the pre-order exercise, which ends in September.
Nigeria’s largest mobile network has secured a digital banking license and has announced the birth of Yello Digital Financial Services Limited, a subsidiary to cater to provide fintech services in the country.
Both the A1k and A5s are now available from mobile phone retailers in Nigeria. The OPPO A1k is available for about ₦45,000, while OPPO A5s sells for around ₦70,000.
Gionee P10m has quietly gone on sale in Nigeria. This is an Android Go Edition phone, combining a waterdrop display, dual rear camera and 4000mAh battery with an affordable price.
OPPO Mobile will be launching a new set of smartyphones in Lagos, Nigeria on the 7th of August, 2019. The company already has OPPO A5s,… Read More »OPPO to launch new smartphones in Nigeria on August 7, 2019
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An emerging economy like Nigeria is depending on the widespread availability of Internet access to propel economic development across its population of 200 million people. In the new digital world of the 21st century, Internet access is life.
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