Global Tech Brands Commence Price War In Nigeria From Monday

Global Tech Brands Commence Price War In Nigeria From Monday
Global Tech Brands Commence Price War In Nigeria From Monday

It promises to be a real fight to finish, a first of its kind of Nigeria, with a feast of special deals and crazy discounts awaiting shoppers as a number of globally renowned computing and smartphone brands commence a price war on Konga Yakata from Monday, November 22, 2021 which will crash prices of their products in the Nigerian market for both bulk and retail shoppers.


This is exclusive on or Konga retail stores nationwide.


Among the leading tech brands that are already gearing up to compete for shoppers’ attention on this promotion, which is exclusive to shoppers on Konga Yakata are HP, LENOVO, SAMSUNG, APPLE, DELL, ZINOX, INFINIX, VIVO, ASUS, DELL, iTEC, TECNO among others.


The week-long campaign will run from Monday till Friday, November 26, 2021, with shoppers enjoying an additional 10% discount when they pay with their Access Bank or Verve cards.


A highly placed source at Konga has revealed that Battle of Brands, as the promotion is known, will offer savvy and bargain-hungry shoppers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grab exciting deals on genuine computing products including laptops, desktop computers, tablets, servers, printers/consumables and accessories, as well as a wide range of mobile phones and tablets, affordable alternative power products/solutions and much more.


‘‘Konga, rated last year as the most reliable source for global computing, mobile phones and accessories brands, has used its global reputation to set up this structure, we are reliably told, for the good of Nigeria’s highly growing mobile tech population. We should not forget in a hurry the impact of Konga at the peak of the coronavirus challenge that forced both employees, employers and students to work and study from home.


‘‘Konga was the saviour at the time when global supply chain was a major problem and components for gadgets was in extreme short supply. The Management of Konga used her global connections to secure thousands of units for Nigerians and did not take advantage of the scarcity by profiteering.


‘‘Nigerians and mostly African students commended Konga for the empathy,’’ the source disclosed.


Konga Yakata, widely regarded as the biggest sale event in the annual shopping calendar in Nigeria, kicked off on Thursday, November 11 and runs till Sunday, December 12, 2021.


The month-long promotion avails shoppers unmatched deals and tons of special offers across multiple platforms in the Konga Group, including online, its nationwide chain of retail stores and on Konga Bulk, in addition to  an extra 10% discount for shoppers who pay with their Access Bank or Verve cards, as well as mouth-watering deals on local and international flight tickets to a host of destinations by Konga Travels and special deals on KongaPay, a globally certified and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)-licensed fintech platform.