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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by salt1: 8:31am On Aug 18, 2017
freeDR:

Please, how much does it sell?

I bought mine for about N25k. I've used it for nearly ten years.
Seiko is the wrist watch almost all my family members use

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Flintstone06(m): 8:34am On Aug 18, 2017
Freetel is available @ Yudala Limited...

10, Medical Road, Ikeja (computer village)

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by haryorbarmie83(m): 8:35am On Aug 18, 2017
Come fast Japanese company....
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by engrsyer(m): 8:49am On Aug 18, 2017
You are welcome *Freetel* pls come along with your 4.5G network so as to match your standard and products too.

Pls come so as I can dump my infinix hot 4 pro and go for freetel.

Japan=modern tech anywhere in the world, even USA no reach them.

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by jamace(m): 8:55am On Aug 18, 2017
I hope the phones will be cheaper than others.

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Nobody: 9:00am On Aug 18, 2017
Goodbye tecno

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by newslifeop: 9:00am On Aug 18, 2017
To do what
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by jc4real(m): 9:06am On Aug 18, 2017
I have not seen any Japanese phone yet.But I do know that Japan is known for quality products.I hope this will be true with their phones.

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Funkybabee(f): 9:22am On Aug 18, 2017
Money dey for naija they know we like expensive things they too we come and eat our money like others nop !!!!!

Just add more to job sector

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Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by kennydotkom(m): 9:23am On Aug 18, 2017
EMMAUGOH:
I have a 2012 made in Japan docomo and am yet to see techno phone that can match it

U mean u use docomo too. ? I use sonyericssion docomo sent to me from american though. Am enjoyin it
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by kennydotkom(m): 9:24am On Aug 18, 2017
EMMAUGOH:
I have a 2012 made in Japan docomo and am yet to see techno phone that can match it
U mean u use docomo too. ? I use sonyericssion docomo sent to me from american though. Am enjoyin it
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by seun1960(m): 9:31am On Aug 18, 2017
dustbin country...China students doing project on phones will also turn this country to MMM
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by youngerikina40(m): 9:45am On Aug 18, 2017
Are u d beauty ebony behind d moniker
jacyhelen:
They are coming!!!!..Guess who!!
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by youngerikina40(m): 9:48am On Aug 18, 2017
modelmike7:
Lol, here they come again
you are humbly welcome 'Freetel'.
Our country has no choice but to chop am like that, we that can't even produce toothpick!
Thanks for remembering us o!
Y don't u be d 1st to produce
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by webngnews: 9:49am On Aug 18, 2017
Ok
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Ademoore07(m): 10:13am On Aug 18, 2017
Very good spec. Check it here....
http://www.freetelwireless.com/samurai.html
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by badman007(m): 10:56am On Aug 18, 2017
Don't just give us your rubbish phones.

Set up production factories, get Nigeria working.
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by BrainnewsNg(f): 11:00am On Aug 18, 2017
Omoedeki:
That is a welcome development. I hope the phone will be water resistant as their popular brands in Japan



Hheheheehheehhehehehehehe

Possible?
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by UncutSk(m): 11:32am On Aug 18, 2017
quentin06:


you mean your chinese cloned seiko watch! Cant fool us.
lmao why the hostility? Lol you sound bitter because you cant afford it ���
My watch have been serving me for five years
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by UncutSk(m): 11:33am On Aug 18, 2017
freeDR:

Please, how much does it sell?
look it up at www.eBay.com
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by holaralph(m): 11:40am On Aug 18, 2017
tripleY:
Can someone help with that Toyota's popular advert passed in Japanese language ?
YOI KANGAE YOI SEIHIN / GOOD THINKING GOOD PRODUCT
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by franzis(m): 12:05pm On Aug 18, 2017
They told us it's a 40usd about 14k but am seeing 24K -35k depending on the model on yudala
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by freeDR(m): 1:29pm On Aug 18, 2017
salt1:


I bought mine for about N25k. I've used it for nearly ten years.
Seiko is the wrist watch almost all my family members use
Thanks bro.
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by adontcare(f): 3:25pm 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.
we are moving palm kernel, cocoa, charcoal. Great achievement grin
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by fashrola(m): 3:28pm On Aug 18, 2017
modelmike7:
Lol, here they come again
you are humbly welcome 'Freetel'.
Our country has no choice but to chop am like that[b], we that can't even produce toothpick![/b]
Thanks for remembering us o!

Akwa Ibom dey produce toothpick and pencils grin
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by quentin06: 3:37pm On Aug 18, 2017
UncutSk:
lmao why the hostility? Lol you sound bitter because you cant afford it ���
My watch have been serving me for five years

lets see d pix i bet its chinko replica just becos u paid dearly doesnt mean its genuine.
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by UncutSk(m): 7:36pm On Aug 18, 2017
quentin06:


lets see d pix i bet its chinko replica just becos u paid dearly doesnt mean its genuine.
lmao did i steal your girl? Wtf why taking things so personal. I don't have to prove anything to you anymore swerve from my mention. Like dafuq dude
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by luminouz(m): 8:19pm On Aug 18, 2017
toye440:
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
Lmaooooo
U get am!!!
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by quentin06: 10:21am On Aug 19, 2017
UncutSk:
lmao did i steal your girl? Wtf why taking things so personal. I don't have to prove anything to you anymore swerve from my mention. Like dafuq dude


grin gotcha!
Re: Freetel: Japan’s Smartphone Enters Nigerian Market by Henri8: 10:03pm On Mar 23, 2018
If e like make e cost like Toyota, we go just maintain the alternatives phantom 6+.

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