Smart device maker, Infinix has conducted 1-day training workshop for over 60 students of the University of Ghana believed to be its cherished fans.
The training was aimed at enlightening the students on the usefulness of their favorite Infinix smartphones as well as help address certain minor challenges they might be confronted with daily.
The 2-hour program which took place at the Akuafo Hall, University of Ghana Campus in Legon saw over 60 participants in attendance.
They were taken through some troubleshooting exercises using their Infinix smartphones including how to effectively run software updates, fix up their mobile phones, how to sign onto X club on their phones as well how to deal with other hardware related issues whenever they occur.
The training session was equally an avenue for the fans to interact with the Infinix team that initiated the process on all questions bothering their minds as far as their favorite smartphones are concerned.
The 4-member Infinix team was ably led by the Mr. Lawrence Akakpo, the Public Relations Officer of the company.
At the end of the forum, answers were provided to every question asked leaving the participants overly satisfied. They were encouraged to help increase the fan base on campus so as to aid Infinix deliver upon its promise of bringing quality services to their door step always.
The team finally presented assorted souvenirs to the participants to put smiles on their faces before their departure.
Infinix is a leading mobile device manufacturer in more than 20 countries globally. In Africa, it has been touted as the most preferred smartphone brand with over 3 smartphone series successfully launched in different markets in Africa. Due to its fast advancement in technology, the Infinix brand continues to make waves with the industry leading mobile technology change in this part of the world.
The brand continues to ensure customers have access to top-notch specifications at affordable prices. No wonder it has risen to become a household name of phone in Ghana barely four years of its introduction into the market.
By Joseph Kobla Wemakor/Ghananewsone.com