Phantom 6 Phone charms 2016 Christmas Shoppers
By Derrick Sinjela and Joseph Mumbi Chanda
Barely a month after its launch on the Zambian market, the Tecno mobile brand, Phantom 6 Phone handset has outsold its target.
A survey by Top Rating Entertainment on ‘Tech News and Gargets’ this Christmas found out that the Phantom 6 Phone handset was the most trending gift for most couples to buy and ‘love-birds.”.
One out of five gargets exchanged as gifts between Christmas and News day, most people preferred a new stylish Techno brand, the Phantom 6 and 6+ smart phone.
The phone has a 21MP AF back camera and double Led flash and 8.0 MP FF, Led flash. The Phantom phone also has 4GB, Rom 64GB Support Micro SD up-to 128.
Meanwhile, Steve Mweemba, Tecno Mobile Country Manager is elatd that the communication firm has hit the market target in less than a month after launching the ‘Phantom 6 Phone handset.
Mr. Mweemba said he cautiously anticipated reaching the targeted sales for December 2016 but the good news had come at a right time when least expected.
‘I am so delighted that we have managed to hit the Zambian market by storm, which invariably indicates a bright future for our communication firm and consumers. I believe that the Zambian market is eager to taste Tecno brand beyond 2017,” an optimistic Mweemba acknowledged.
Mweemba is gearing toward giving the Zambian people the best 2016 Christmas and New Year 2017 gift lasting the test of time.
“As Tecno Mobile, we want to associate our brand with quality as a way of advancing access to competitive technology in Zambia,” assurred Mweemba.
And speaking earlier, Techno Mobile Country Director, Mr. Wu Trump said that Phantom 6 Phones handsets were designed to make communication and social networking faster and easier to use.
Trump explained that all Tecno mobile goods are being sold on a warrant of 12 months and luckily after sales serice is available at the Service Care Centre within Lusaka’s Central Business District(CBD) thus making it easier for customers to have phones repaired.
The launch was graced by Mr. Yese Bwalya, Director of Communications at the Ministry of Transport and Communications.