Tablet War In Nigeria – Etisalat Cuts Price of Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Nigerian tablet market is moving to the commodity trajectory. Prices are going down and the pressure from the local players on the MNCs is visible. Today, we are happy to announce that Etisalat has cut its price of Galaxy Tab in Nigeria.


Etisalat Nigeria has cut the price of its Samsung Galaxy Tab. The tablet was launched in 2010 for over N125,000. With the improved pricing, subscribers can now buy the device for NGN 99,999. The new package offers customers a free Etisalat SIM card with 360 minutes of voice calls, 360 text messages and 6GB data over a period of 12 months. This breaks down to 30 minutes of voice calls, 30 text messages and 500MB every month for one year.


Of course, this is till more than N81,000 of the Huawei tab from MTN and the N50,00 Ovim from Microscale/Fasmicro.

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