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Abans to be Vivo’s authorised national distributor for Sri Lanka


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From left: Abans PLC Senior Brand Manager Fritz Fernando, Abans PLC Deputy Director Dinesh Perera, Abans PLC Managing Director Behman Pestonjee, Vivo Mobile Lanka CEO Kevin Jiang, Vivo Mobile Lanka CFO Alison Jin and Director Andrew Zhang, and Vivo Mobile Lanka Channel Manager Guru Baran

 


Abans PLC, a leading retailer for consumer electronics, announced that they have been appointed as Sri Lanka’s Authorised National Distributor for Vivo, a renowned global smartphone and communications provider. 

Vivo’s current lineup of innovative smartphones, Y95, Y91, and Y91i, will soon be made available through Abans’ broad showroom and mobile dealer grid that reaches every corner of the island.

Vivo is a leading global technology company committed to creating trendsetting smart mobile products and services. Devoted to forming a vibrant mobile internet ecosystem, Vivo currently owns and operates an extensive network of research operations, with R&D centres in the US (San Diego) and China (Dongguan, Shenzhen, Nanjing, Beijing and Hangzhou). 

These centres focus on the development of cutting-edge consumer technologies including 5G, AI, mobile photography and next-generation smartphone design. 

Further, Vivo has over 200 million users enjoying its mobile products and services around the world. Vivo is also present in 18 markets globally and features offline retail stores in over 1,000 cities worldwide.

 


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