Just a week after Samsung launched Galaxy Note 3 in Kenya, Safaricom made a great case for the phone by doing their own launch early today. Safaricom is pushing for the data usage and they have insisted that they have made it easier for its customers to access data with the launch of Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will retail from Kshs. 75,999 at all Safaricom shops countrywide. Another package which includes the smartphone and related accessories will go for Kshs. 99,999.
“Safaricom has been at the forefront in data provision with more than 3,000 sites on its network with 2G and 3G connectivity. This has been complemented by a very cost-effective bundling proposition that makes it possible for individual and corporate customers’ access data affordably.” said Janet Atika, Safaricom’s Head of Retail Sales.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a premium smartphone that comes as a predecessor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and as a powerfully designed smartphone that is packed with unique features. The premium smartphone has an incredibly sharp 5.7-inch display, and battery life to go the distance with great camera features.
Ms. Atika added, “The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which comes in white and black colours, carries the legacy of the original Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 and would appeal to the growing segment of young, aspirational customers who value the sense of style and class, with crave for fast internet usage experience.”