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OPPO opens Experience Store at Majestic City

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OPPO Sri Lanka CEO Bob Li ceremonially opening the OPPO Experience Store


OPPO Sri Lanka CEO Bob Li lighting the traditional oil lamp

Visitors at the OPPO Experience Store


  • Aims to cater to a larger cross-section of customers and fans

In a bid to open up the brand and its complete product range to Sri Lankan consumers and fans OPPO Sri Lanka on Saturday opened an Experience Store in Colombo recently. 

Located at Majestic City, one of Colombo’s trendiest shopping malls, the OPPO Experience Store will have easy access to a larger cross section of OPPO’s existing and potential consumers as well as anybody interested in experiencing the brand and its devices first-hand.

Speaking at the occasion OPPO Sri Lanka CEO Bob Li commented, “Today is an important day for both OPPO and OPPO’s consumers as they can not only see but also experience all the OPPO models first-hand under one roof. The location provides easy access to a larger audience as it is at a highly central place which could serve a large number of OPPO fans. Sri Lankan consumers are very dynamic just like brand OPPO and they have embraced OPPO with affection and we are very happy about it. This certainly will be another momentous step in a rewarding journey with the Sri Lankan consumers for OPPO.”

The new OPPO Experience Store not only provide the opportunity for anyone interested in the brand to experience all OPPO models marketed in Sri Lanka housed at the Experience Store – but also to make purchases of same.

To provide an unparalleled service to customers, OPPO Sri Lanka already have number of exclusive showrooms island-wide and a well-resourced after sales service centres in Colombo, Kandy, Galle and Batticaloa. OPPO is also available at leading mobile phone retailers like Dialog, Abans and Sinhagiri outlets. 


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