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Orange sells more than 10,000 tablets in 2012

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Orange officially launched two tablets at affordable prices in October last year. As expected by the company, more than 10,000 tablets have been sold by December 31, 2012. The tablets, says Mauritius Telecom, are now out of stock and a new shipment is expected soon.
The latest trend in technology is without doubt the tablets but the high price makes them less accessible to all. In a bid to democratise access to Internet, Orange launched two tablets a t affordable prices last year. As expected by the company, more than 10,000 tablets have been sold by the end of 2012.

The company ordered a shipment of the 8-inch tablets for the end of year period. SMSs were sent to clients who had registered their names during Infotech 2012 at Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre (SVICC), Pailles last year. While informing the clients that the tablets are now available in all Orange Shops across the country, Orange applied the first-come-first-serve policy. As a result, several clients whose name were on the waiting list since September were disappointed to find out that the tablets were out of stock and that they will have to wait for the next shipment.

To recall, in October last, MT put on the market two tablets so as to suit everyone’s needs: one tablet with Wi-Fi at Rs 2,999 (IS 703C) and the other tablet with Wi-Fi and 3G at Rs 5,999 (WS 802C).

The OrangeTablet was possible thanks to the partnership with various companies of sound credentials in the field: Pantel Technologies, China New Century, Maverick and Sahara Next. In this regard, MT signed four Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with the partners in view of pursuing this collaboration. Moreover, the OrangeTablet is expected to be manufactured and assembled in Mauritius as from this year.

Premita Leelachand

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