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100 Smartphones Free of Charge on Jumia Infinix Ready for “Mad Friday”

Infinix is set to literally create a riot on Jumia, the largest platform for online sales in Côte d’Ivoire. On Friday, November 27th at 10 AM and 6PM, 100 Infinix free of charge smartphones will be available on the platform. Customers will be able to order a smartphone without paying anything for it.

Already touted as the largest e-commerce event in the history of the company, Jumia’s “Mad Friday” looks even more spectacular than expected.

On Friday, November 27, Infinix will offer on Jumia, 100 smartphones Infinix Hot 2, on a first arrived, first served basis. 50 Infinix Hot 2 will be available at 10 AM and then, the other 50, at 6 PM.

“Jumia customers will only have to confirm their order and wait home for their new smartphone to be delivered. Of course, the fastest customers will be the luckiest, “says Francis Dufay, Managing Director of Jumia Côte d’Ivoire.

With this new brilliant stroke, Infinix

and Jumia make a huge step in their efforts to support a digital transformation that relies profusely on mobile internet access. The two partner companies have become major activists of the digital transformation on the continent. As a reminder, the Infinix Hot 2 is part of Google’s Android One initiative. The ultramodern device was put on sale exclusively on Jumia in Africa last August.

About JUMIA

JUMIA is Africa’s leading online shopping destination. Customers across the

continent can shop amongst the widest assortment of high quality products at affordable prices – offering everything from fashion, consumer electronics, home appliances to beauty products. JUMIA was the first African company to win an award at the World Retail Awards 2013 in Paris as the “Best New Retail Launch” of the year.

About Africa Internet Group

Africa Internet Group, the leading internet platform in Africa, promotes sustainable online growth that benefits both businesses and consumers. Firmly rooted in Africa’s startup ecosystem, the group provides easy-to-use services and smart solutions across the African internet sector. AIG

is invested in furthering regional entrepreneurship and innovation through a passion for Africa, its culture and its people. AIG is the parent group of ten successful and fast-growing companies in more than 30 African countries. Its network of companies includes Carmudi, Easy Taxi, Everjobs, hellofood, Jovago, Jumia, Kaymu, Lamudi, Vendito and Zando.
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Innov8tiv is a dynamic Web source for technology news, resources and innovation, with a special focus on the entrepreneurial advances of Africans on the continent as well as in the Diaspora. This site seeks to not only inform consumers and companies about the latest in tech trends and ideologies, but to shed light on a phenomenon often ignored: the inventive, life-changing and creative engine that exists in Africa and among leaders of color around the world, including the UK, the Caribbean, Australia, and Asia. Send story ideas to info@innov8tiv.com

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