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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Nobody: 7:01am On Aug 16, 2017
DeKen:
Looks like Tecno is about to get competition.

Which is healthy competition, price will drop to normal.
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Segibambo(m): 9:55am On Aug 16, 2017
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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Chukazu: 2:09pm On Aug 16, 2017
Omoedeki:

With water resistance. One can use the phone while swimming. So I think water resistant should be ok by me.

Why should you even use your phone to swim? undecided

Even Michael Phelps never swim with phone
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Orobo2Lekpa: 4:05pm On Aug 16, 2017
is TD Mobile owned by TD Jakes?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by blackweaver(m): 5:32pm On Aug 16, 2017
I am confused,
I thought Sony was Japan's largest smartphone company, or isn't Sony a Japanese company again? I have never heard of this Freetel before
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Nobody: 6:40am On Aug 18, 2017
Can someone help with that Toyota's popular advert passed in Japanese language ?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by spoilerx: 7:24am On Aug 18, 2017
froz:
Japan’s largest selling smartphone mobile brand, Freetel, has announced its partnership with TD Mobile, a mobile devices distributor in the sub-Saharan Africa which has established its presence in the Nigerian mobile market.


Freetel said that the partnership was ahead of its planned introduction of four models of its Android smartphones into the Nigerian market.

The company said that its smartphones, which are certified by Google GMS, were designed in Tokyo and Japanese engineers with over 40 years industry experience supervised the manufacturing.

“The GMS certification is the confirmation that a specific device meets Google’s performance requirements and properly runs the Google apps,” the Vice-President, International Sales, Freetel, Eugene Yoshioka, said.

He said, “Nigeria is the market for Freetel and we are looking forward to reach out to Nigerian consumers with our latest smartphones. We plan to invest in the country with a full-fledged subsidiary to support sales, marketing and after-sales support. We are glad that we are partnering the most powerful and trusted partner in the region-TD Africa.”

Industry players said that as a subsidiary of the Information and Communications Technology distribution powerhouse, Technology Distribution Limited (TD Africa) would add the Freetel brand to its growing list of international brands.

“Considering its wide reach, distribution network, massive retailer base and unmatched presence in major Nigerian cities and other West Africa capitals, the partnership will see the company deploy its latest capacity in taking the line-up of products from the Freetel stable to every action in the metropolis as well as every nook and cranny in the hinterlands,” Yoshioka added.

The Managing Director, TD Mobile, Mrs. Gozy Ijogun, said, “As a key driver of the technology revolution in Africa, TD Mobile has always strived to bring the latest and best of technology products to Nigeria and the West Africa region by extension.

“In line with this, Freetel and TD Mobile have entered into an exclusive partnership to bring Japanese smartphones to Nigeria. We believe we can capture a major market share with the help of our extensive distribution reach and strategic partnership with operators, dealers and retailers.”


SOURCE : https://brandspurng.com/japans-largest-smartphone-company-enters-nigerian-market/



LIES !!!!!!!

how can freetel(or whatever u call it) be the largest in japan. SHARP ? SONY? DOCOMO?

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by tintall(m): 7:29am On Aug 18, 2017
jacyhelen:
They are coming!!!!..Guess who!!

xiaomi!!!
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by quentin06: 7:37am On Aug 18, 2017
UncutSk:
Mehn I love Japanese products My watch is Seiko made In Japan Durable af
you mean your chinese cloned seiko watch! Cant fool us.
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by oksmart1992(m): 7:38am On Aug 18, 2017
I guess "Sharp" is a Japanese company right?
Mehn, my mum bought the first set of sharp television in 1999 and till today that television haven't visited any technician.... It baffles me tho. Japanese products are bae
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Larryfest(m): 7:43am On Aug 18, 2017
UNIQUELADY1:
OTHER COUNTRIES ARE BUSY MOVING THEIR PRODUCT TO NIGERIA,WEN WILL MY COUNTRY ALSO MOVE THEIRS ? I WEEP 4 MY COUNTRY.
Lol...didn't you hear? We are moving yams already grin

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by adioolayi(m): 7:46am On Aug 18, 2017
tripleY:
Can someone help with that Toyota's popular advert passed in Japanese language ?
Yo....whatever, Yo whatever.......
I know the translation is "Good thinking, Good product" grin grin
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Nobody: 7:50am On Aug 18, 2017
adioolayi:
Yo....whatever, Yo whatever....... I know the translation is "Good thinking, Good product" grin grin
Yo ishna Yo ish kan ga ee
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by freeDR(m): 7:53am On Aug 18, 2017
joetoocute:

Got a Seiko SNN233 watch also. I've been using it for 4 years without any issue. I hope to get a Sportura soon.
Please, how much does it sell?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by adioolayi(m): 7:53am On Aug 18, 2017
BlueBrothers:

Yo ishna Yo ish kan ga ee
Thanks.... tripleY here you have it
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by freeDR(m): 7:53am On Aug 18, 2017
UncutSk:
Mehn I love Japanese products
My watch is Seiko made In Japan
Durable af
Please, how much does it sell?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by nNEOo(m): 7:54am On Aug 18, 2017
Am sure if easterners were left alone they would have been competing with silicone valley by now ......




......This cake must be broken to! angry
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by hensley059: 7:55am On Aug 18, 2017
Flooding an already over flooded market... ... Would it be a crime to invest in Nigeria by opening a branch of their company to start manufacturing the freetel phones which would be exported to other African countries and also be sold within Nigeria?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by 9japrof(m): 8:03am On Aug 18, 2017
Welcomed development..... Competition is highly needed... The

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Oshin56(m): 8:04am On Aug 18, 2017
since we can produce pencil they are welcome
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Okoyiboz3: 8:10am On Aug 18, 2017
nNEOo:
Am sure if easterners were left alone they would have been competing with silicone valley by now ......

......This cake must be broken to! angry

You think Silicon Valley houses baby factories, drug dealers, armed robbers, kidnappers and hairy-legged prostitutes with yam legs?

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Cyriloha(m): 8:17am On Aug 18, 2017
jacyhelen:
They are coming!!!!..Guess who!!

Freetel
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by joetoocute: 8:18am On Aug 18, 2017
freeDR:

Please, how much does it sell?
Which of them?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by nengibo: 8:19am On Aug 18, 2017
jericco1:
Dumping ground
Not in this case, we have a large population which is good for any market, Nigerians are just too blind to see the opportunities
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Inidinero(m): 8:20am On Aug 18, 2017
i hope they dont reduce d standard nd quality of the pdts they will be bringing into Africa. bcus nigeria has becom a dumping ground for fake and substandard guds from asian countries.
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by yazach: 8:20am On Aug 18, 2017
We want you to come and have your company here. This will reduce the cost and provide job for Nigerian
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by luminouz(m): 8:21am On Aug 18, 2017
UNIQUELADY1:
OTHER COUNTRIES ARE BUSY MOVING THEIR PRODUCT TO NIGERIA,WEN WILL MY COUNTRY ALSO MOVE THEIRS ? I WEEP 4 MY COUNTRY.
I cant see ur teary face oooo..liar!
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by nNEOo(m): 8:26am On Aug 18, 2017
Okoyiboz3:


You think Silicon Valley houses baby factories, drug dealers, armed robbers, kidnappers and hairy-legged prostitutes with yam legs?






No I think the house the finest techs the world has known ......and if the dickie hormone surge was an attempt to trigger an emotional response from me then perhaps you should keep looking you might find luck tagging the guy bellow me.....have a wonderful day.

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by toye440: 8:26am On Aug 18, 2017
wen will they start importing their women here Nija babes too dey expensive. with Japanese girl i don't need to pay for Brazilian hair no extravagant lifestyle and most importantly i dont hv to waste a life saving to acquire gionee and evogue

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