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Xiaomi partners with Aspira Kenya to provide easy credit facilities to customers

Devdiscourse News Desk | Nairobi | Updated: 13-07-2019 13:16 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 13:16 IST
Xiaomi partners with Aspira Kenya to provide easy credit facilities to customers
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Xiaomi Kenya is all set to launch its first Mi Home Store in Kenya on July 14 but before that, the company has another sweet surprise for its customers. Xiaomi has partnered with a product financing company Aspira Kenya to provide easy credit options to customers.

Xiaomi is a well-known brand all over the world for its cheap yet sturdy electronic gadgets, which gives the company a major edge in the African continent.

Xiaomi Kenya is currently offering smartphones, audio devices, power banks, and smart devices. The offerings are expected to increase even more after the launch of Mi Home Store. The Xiaomi Mi Home Store will showcase as much as 300 products and you can walk around the store and have a look at the products.

Xiaomi is also hooking you up with special offers and rewards at the launch of Mi Home Store tomorrow to make the deal even sweeter.

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