Global smartphone brand Vivo has confirmed its partnerships with Shopee Philippines and Akulaku.
Vivo Philippines Vice President for Sales Hazel Bascon and Brand Director Annie Lim during the launch of the all-new X21 on June 21 at Okada Manila exchanged tokens with the representatives from Shopee Philippines, Jane Lim, and from Akulaku, Mr. Sean Duxiang.
With the new partnerships, Vivo has opened its official online store on Shopee Philippines and has given shoppers to buy its smartphones through online installment payment options on Akulaku.
“We promise a fruitful year of surprises as we forge more partnerships with other brands, such as Shopee Philippines and Akulaku,” Bascon said before the ceremonial exchanged of tokens.
Shopee Philippines is an online shopping mall where users can buy and sell anytime and anywhere. Akulaku, meanwhile, is an online installing shopping mall that also provides financial services in Southeast Asian countries.
“We still have a long year to go and this means more exciting Vivo events are in store in the coming months,” Ms. Bascon added.
A global smartphone brand focused on introducing perfect sound quality and ultimate photography with cutting-edge technology, Vivo develops innovative and stylish products for young people. We now have over two hundred million users and are one of the preferred brands of young people around the world.
As an Official Sponsor of the FIFA World Cup™, Vivo believes in the importance of encouraging young people to embrace self-expression and an energetic lifestyle. In the Philippines, Vivo is the top 3 smartphone brand in terms of market share with 1.5 million users nationwide.
For inquiries about Vivo, visit the Vivo website at vivoglobal.ph or check out their Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/vivophil), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/vivo_philippines/), and Twitter (https://twitter.com/vivo_phil) accounts.
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