TD Mobile has signed a major partnership agreement with HMD Global for the distribution of Nokia devices in Nigeria.
A subsidiary of Technology Distributions Limited, TD Mobile, said that the agreement included the reborn version of the Nokia 3310 mobile phone, which was unveiled to the world at the Mobile World Summit 2017 in Barcelona, Spain earlier in the year.
Nokia has made a relaunch in the market with a number of eye-catching devices lined up for consumers and Finland-based HMD Global is behind the new Nokia 3310 and other models, including the Android-powered Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6.
The Managing Director, TD Mobile, Mrs. Gozy Ijogun, said that the decision to represent the Nokia brand would translate to huge benefits for both parties.
“We are very happy to have signed on Nokia, which remains one of the world’s most recognised smartphone brands. Our commitment is, as always, to represent the brand optimally in line with the tradition of excellence we have become renowned for,” she said. “In line with the foregoing, we will be looking to put the various products from the brand into the hands of millions of consumers through our wide distribution channels and network of resellers.
“This partnership is one that is sure to go a long way, especially in terms of the mutually-beneficial returns and other opportunities it will unlock for both parties,” Ijogun added.