Digicel, in partnership with Huawei Technologies, has announced the launch of the new Huawei Media Pad 7 Lite, set to become the best value tablet on the market.
The sleek and efficient Huawei Media Pad is a product of the partnership between Digicel and Huawei, which will give Barbadian customers access to the very latest in tablet technologies at an affordable price.
Commercial Director of Digicel (Barbados) Limited, Alex Tasker, said: “As part of our promise to deliver the best service with the most innovative products to our customers, we are thrilled to deliver this affordable tablet device to the market, powered by Digicel’s lightning speed 4G network.
“The use of tablet technology has grown significantly in recent times, from both an entertainment and business use perspective and Digicel has been proactive in making these devices available to its customers. Thanks to this partnership with Huawei we have added this very affordable device to our product range, ensuring that we are able to make the technology available to a wider segment of the market.”
Digicel’s partnership with Huawei and the launch of the new tablet is part of its ongoing commitment to providing world-class business solutions and services to Barbadians. Huawei’s products and solutions have been deployed in over 140 countries, serving more than one third of the world’s population.
At the recent launch of the device in Jamaica, Huawei’s Jamaica Country Manager, Ricardo Xiao, said: “Through our dedication to customer-centric innovation and strong partnerships, we have established end-to-end capabilities and strengths. We are confident that Digicel and Huawei’s shared vision of providing maximum value for customers will be realised and will add value to the telecommunications and ICT sectors.”
The best value Huawei Media Pad 7 Lite will be available from all Digi-Centres across the island just in time for the Christmas season.
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