All these handsets come with amazing gift items (Motorola Bag / Cap / T-shirt / Bluetooth Speaker), 15 months warranty, 0% EMI for six months and 4GB free data (2GB regular and 2GB 4.5G) with 30-days validity
Motorola,an American multinational telecommunications company in partnership with Robi, the second largest mobile network operator in Bangladesh, launched its latest mobile phones into the market yesterday.
The new Moto E4 Plus, Moto E5 and Moto E5 Plus- handsets are priced at Tk11,990, Tk14,990 and Tk19,990 respectively.
All three are available at ecommerce site robishop.com, which is offering an exclusive pre-booking facility for purchases.
These handsets come with large display with advanced cameras that snap crisp, gorgeous photos even in low light.
Moreover, with massive battery capacity, fast performance, impressive loud speakers and stunning design, these handsets promises to herald a new era of entertainment through mobile devices.
All these handsets come with amazing gift items (Motorola Bag / Cap / T-shirt / Bluetooth Speaker), 15 months warranty, 0% EMI for six months and 4GB free data (2GB regular and 2GB 4.5G) with 30-days validity.
In addition, customers can enjoy 100% bonus data volume upon purchasing any existing data pack above Tk100 within nine months of purchasing any of these handsets.
Customers can pre-book the Motorola devices from ecommerce site robishop.com using EMI facility or online payment. Cash on delivery option is also available.
State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Zunaid Ahmed Palak was the chief guest at Monday’s launch ceremony at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka.
Other attendees included Robi Managing Director and CEO Mahtab Uddin Ahmed, Robi Chief Digital Services Officer Shihab Ahmad, Smart Technologies BD Ltd Chairman Mohd. Mazharul Islam, Robi Group Director MD Zafor Ahmed, and Robi Director Shakib Arafat.
Smart Technologies BD Ltd. brought the Motorola brand in the country and is the national distributor of the Moto devices.
“Further partnership of Robi and Motorola will help increase 4.5G network in the country by creating job opportunities to unemployed youths,” Zunaid Ahmed Palak said.
“At least 28 hi-tech parks are now being constructed outside Dhaka and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Hi-tech Park in Rajshahi will play a vital role in boosting the economy by creating new technology-based employment.
“More youths can be brought under employment network while around 14,000 people can be engaged in through Hi-tech technology.” he added.
Commenting on the much awaited launch of Motorola handsets, Robi’s Managing Director and CEO, Mahtab Uddin Ahmed said Robi has the largest 4.5G network in the country, with 7,100 4.5G sites.
“We welcome the partnership with Motorola and introduction of latest handsets,” he said. “I am sure through Robi’s ecommerce outlet, the customers across the country will avail the handsets at their utmost convenience.”
Smart Technologies BD Ltd’s Chairman, Mohd. Mazharul Islam said: “Motorola began introducing mobile phones, smart phones and electronic devices in Bangladesh with support from Smart Technologies.
“We have Robi as our partner in this journey and we want to continue our winning streak with Motorola and Robi in this team. We have set a target for this market and have taken a number of initiatives to achieve it.”