Itel aims to tackle hand device fraud in Nigeria

From IT News Africa news alert Tue Feb 5 2013, 05:18:41

Mobile phone developer and manufacturer Itel has announced its intention to lead in efforts to tackle mobile phone counterfeiting in Nigeria this year.   The company made the announcement of the strategy at a forum for dealers of its phones in Lagos. Itel general manager Andy Yan said "Itel would roll out new sales promotions in [...]

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