Tradeline, a pioneering smart phones seller in Egypt, has involved into a partnership agreement with Samsung; hereby the first’s XPRS store chain becomes an authorised distributor for the latter devices in Egypt.
This, the company said in a statement, is part of Tradeline’s plan to expand the sale of smart devices of various brands through its new XPRS chain.
Tradeline had recently launched its new brand XPRS as part of a huge expansion strategy within the Egyptian market, which aims to meet the needs of all its customers.
Under the partnership agreement, the XPRS store chain will launch the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Flip3 phones, after their global launch only a few days ago.
XPRS allowed pre-ordering for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Flip3 phones as of Thursday, through the website www.xprs.com or through the three branches of (Katameya, Airport, and Assiut).
XPRS also allows for its customers to purchase the new Samsung phones in installments without interest and without down payment, the statement said, adding that the installment systems vary between: installments over 24 months, 18 months, and 12 months.
“This offer is available exclusively to those who pre-ordered the phones,” said the statement, adding the pre-order requires the customer to pay LE1000.
The Samsung Z Fold3 and Samsung Flip3 are offered at LE30,499 and LE17.999 respectively. Those who pre order the two versions get valuable gifts and a one-year screen warranty in co-operation with AXA, the statement added.