By Business Reporter
THE just-ended 18th edition of the Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair (OATF) proved beyond reasonable doubt that the envisioned MTC 081Every1 Project is well on track, as evidenced by the number of new feature phones and smartphones sold during the week-long fair.
Over 4 600 units, which ranged from basic feature phones to high-end smartphones, such as the Huawei P9, and its sibling the P9 Lite, were snapped up by the public.
With the cheapest being the Mint F1 at a cost of N$170, MTC supplied basic feature phones, such as the often referred to by its humble name of ‘Okatoshe’, which proved to be popular with the public, with its sales accounting for nearly 50 percent of the units sold.
While the feature phone is a common sight in rural Namibia, the market growth for smartp
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