NewsWest AfricaSamsung opens flagship store in Ghana

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Posted on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 14:02

Samsung opens flagship store in Ghana

By Lawrence Quartey

 

Samsung has opened a flagshop store in Ghana, making it the third African country to have such an outlet.

Samsung has two other stores in Kenya and Nigeria/Photo/ReutersThe move was in response to increased demand for Samsung products in the West African country, especially the latest Galaxy SIII smart-phone.

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"Samsung has sold over 5 000 of its Galaxy S III in Ghana since its launch last month," Michael Bosompem, head of retail West Africa, Sumsung told the media in Accra at the commissioning of the store recently.

The company expects Ghanaians to buy between 16 000 and 20 000 Galaxy S III mobile phones by the end of the third quarter of 2012.

Sumsung, a global leader in digital media and convergence technologies, opened the ultra-modern phone store to bring its products closer to customers in Ghana.

It will also enable the customers to buy authentic Samsung products.

Other stores have been opened in Nigeria and Kenya.



Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 09:50

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