Nigerian Produced Mobile Phones to Launch Shortly
Published on: 13th Oct 2013
By: Ian Mansfield
Two Nigerian produced mobile phones should be launched shortly the local Phone and Allied Products Dealers' Association (PAPDAN) has disclosed.
The Made-in-Nigeria phone brand is the outcome of a joint venture among 20 Nigerian investors who have jointly invested in manufacturing a phone specifically designed for the local market.
Godfrey Iyke Nwosu, president of PAPDAN revealed that the two new phone brands will be called iQ and MaxTel, but did not elaborate on their specifications.
The new phones should go on sale in November he added.
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