TECNO Kenya has officially launched its flagship store at Sarit Centre, an upmarket mall in the heart of Westlands. This new location will come in handy and serve customers in this side of Nairobi and its environs who find it inconvenient to go to town.
TECNO is also hoping to increase its brand awareness and attract new customers with its Sarit Centre store.
TECNO says that the store covers a huge footprint when compared to other smartphone stores located inside the mall.
The experience store is located at Sarit’s ground floor next to Anisuma Electronics and will offer premium services to TECNO’s customers.
They’are stands that showcase the company’s smartphones including the its flagship TECNO Phantom X, its midranger TECNO Camon 18 Premier, TECNO Camon 18, its entry level devices TECNO Spark 8P, TECNO Pova and TECNO POP series.
Other smartphone accessories will also be available at the store. TECNO will also be offering after sales services three days a week depending on the needs of the customers.
The company is offering discounts up to Khs 2300 during this grand opening week and will run from today 11th February to 18th February. Customers also get to win instant gifts after every purchase.
The new flagship store will offer customers a chance to interact with quality and affordable smartphones and accessories plus customer service.
The company has partnered up with Safaricom to offer its Lipa Mdogo Mdogo program that lets customer purchase smartphones and pay in installments.
TECNO Smartphones in this plan include the:
- Neon Ray Pro: Deposit Ksh 500 once and Ksh 20 daily
- TECNO Spark 7: Deposit Ksh 3000 once and Ksh 50 daily
- TECNO Camon 17: Deposit Ksh 5000 once and Ksh 80 daily
“Since its inception, TECNO had ‘Africa-First’ as one of its core brand objectives. Through the performance of the TECNO brand and its products we have proven that it is possible to build global brand from projecting the unique needs of African consumers. TECNO has risen to be one of the most admired brands in Africa,” said Shiva Zhong, TECNO’s Country Brand Manager.
“Today, we are excited to introduce our consumers to great space and a great experience while interacting with our devices. Our promise to you is to – Stop At Nothing in delivering cutting edge products in both technology and experience,” he continued.
“The central theme around TECNO revolves around providing our customers with unbeatable experience,” he added.
Dickson, TECNO Kenya’s Product Manager also shared that they are planning to open more experience stores in the country to complement sales in its other retail stores and online channels.
The event was also graced by John Mafabi, Safaricom Senior Manger Open Market, actress Bridget Shighadi, and TECNO’s retail partners including Ropem.
Watch the full tour of the store on our IGTV.