ITEL Joins hands with Airlink to Expand its Distribution Network in Pakistan

The company which is distributing Tencho and Infinix mobile devices in Pakistan has opened a new venture under the name Itel. Itel has officially signed an agreement with Pakistan’s leading mobile phone distributor, Airlink Communications Ltd for selling its feature phones and smartphones across the country. Airlink will also be providing customer care services on behalf of Itel. In this way, the company will be easily able to Expand its Distribution Network in Pakistan.

Itel announced that it would be providing devices at cost-effective prices. It was also revealed that Itel’s feature phone price would start from PKR 1,200 and its smartphone will begin with a price tag of PKR 5,000.

ITEL Joins hands with Airlink to Expand its Distribution Network in Pakistan

Zeeshan Yousuf, CEO of Itel Pakistan, said:

“The entry-level brand is already has a presence in almost 50 countries including Bangladesh, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania and Dubai which makes it the number one feature phone brand in the world,” 

Muzzaffar Paracha, CEO Airlink Communications rightly said that big tech giants are producing incredible smartphone, but many Pakistanis are not able to buy them due to high fares

He said:

 “65% of the population in Pakistan live in the areas where per capita income is meagre and buy a smartphone is still not easy. With it’s feature and smartphones we can easily provide this opportunity to the people of Pakistan to buy the most affordable phone”

People will be able to buy Itel phones by the end of December 2019.

Nearly 1.3 million feature phones are sold in Pakistan every month, and for the entry-level smartphones, the market size hovers around 0.4 million in numbers. 

ITEL has its three manufacturing facilities in Africa and East Asia, and the brand vows to win the hearts of Pakistanis with the best after-sales service.

 Also Read: ITel Pakistan Appoints Zeeshan Yousuf as the CEO to Lead the Business Further

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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