Yudala, Nigeria’s self-styed composite online and offline retail chain will today launch its Mobile Monday campaign offering mobile phones at good prices to consumers nationwide.
The weekly mega sales promotion will allow users to buy mobile phones and other devices of their choice at what the online mall calls “amazing prices.”
Yudala Mobile Monday is open to everyone in Nigeria craving to get devices of their choice at fantastic prices, Afam Anyika, marketing communications manager of the company in a statement sent to Technology Times.
“Mobile Monday comes with a surprise in the mobile segment of our total product basket. Nigerians and corporate organizations will have the advantage of buying mobile phones, tablets, laptops, accessories and other consumables of different international brands in large quantities as over 500,000 units will be on sale every Monday”, Yudala says.
Anyika says the promotion, which will let customers buy at the right price, “is another corporate initiative from Yudala to stimulate transition from analogue to digital world and moving customers from 2G to 3G in order to enhance their communication profile and lifestyle as this century demands.”
Yudala says it is partnering with international OEMs on the project to run throughout the year. Yudala says the promotion will complement its other lead products offerings like Neighbour-to-Neighbour Mega Deals, Monthly Midday Madness Sales and Yu-jara, Nigeria’s single largest festive season sales promo.
“As an innovation-driven composite e-commerce company, we shall be rolling out more products which will certainly add value to Nigerians especially in this period of discomfort in terms of earning in the nation’s history’’.
‘’What is special about Yudala is that customers have a choice – you can buy and pay on delivery, you can pay online and collect from any Yudala Experience store near you. You can also walk into our store, pay and collect or where the product is not in store, you can pay and we deliver. No other company in Nigeria offers this e-commerce experience,” the company claims.