Nokia care takes to the road
TELECOMS| Oct. 21, 2012, 7:20 a.m.
Nokia has launched a mobile service centre to boost service across Kenya.
The new Nokia Care on Wheels (CoW) mobile service centre is equipped to manage all repairs, with qualified technicians on board. It will also sell Nokia accessories.
The care van will visit different locations across the country to reach out to customers beyond large towns.
Care Channel Manager for Nokia East Africa Brenda Okwiri said:“Care on Wheels is designed to offer quality after sales support to our customers in their own backyards. Without having to travel to major towns, our customers across Kenya will be able receive same day service for minor repairs.”
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