Mobisol, MTN Rwanda and Tecno have partnered to launch an attractive and affordable instalment payment scheme for smartphones and solar home systems.
The deal will see customers buy the Tecno W2 along with the Mobisol solar home system through a convenient payment plan through MTN Mobile Money for as little as RWF 66 per day.
In a joint statement between MTN Rwanda and Mobisol Rwanda in Kigali, Mr Ben Okello, Mobisol Rwanda Sales and Marketing Manager said; “Today we are proud to mark yet another milestone in the solar and telecommunications industry.”
The high-performance smart phone is equipped with an Android operating system, a convenient dual SIM for usage of a second SIM card, large touch screen display, 8GB built-in storage space, a high-resolution camera with flash, Wifi and bluetooth connectivity and long battery life.
MTN will also offer a special data bundle for customers with this offer, including special free data bundles whilst customers are paying off the phone. The promotion is made affordable by a
Using solar, kids will benefit from clean and efficient light at night and can access information via radio, TV and connect to the Internet via mobile phones – thus increasing their educational opportunities.
Mobisol also recently launched its flagship store in Kisumu to help provide reliable and environmentally-friendly energy via its high-performing solar home and business systems, as well their ultra-efficient DC household, entertainment and business appliances.
According to Mobisol’s East Africa’s CEO Henrik Axelsson, “Rural communities in Kenya continue to use unreliable fossil fuels like kerosene, which are not only harmful to the environment and people’s health but are also costly to maintain – yet, solar energy is in abundance. Through Mobisol’s top-notch innovative technology, off-grid households in Kenya can finally afford solar systems that are of high quality and powerful enough to meet their entire household and business needs.”
Mobisol launched in Kenya in 2016 and aims to help Kenyans in off-grid communities to transition to solar energy.