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Dream Sales Ltd opens ultra-modern mobile, IT shop

Dream Sales Limited, a subsidiary of Dream Holdings, has opened an ultra modern IT consumables and mobile device shop at Tudu, Accra, Thursday.
The short but impressive ceremony saw the Managing Director of the company Mark Asamoah take the media personnel and customers on a tour of the new shop to see the array of computer and mobile phones and accessories on display.
Mr Asamoah told Myjoyonline.com at the sidelines of the Dream opening, that the new shop will soon be the nerve centre for customers yearning to own mobile and computer devices.

It is the fifth shop opened by the company across the country.
"We realised that Tudu is the nerve centre when it comes to business. We wanted to bring our services and product devices closer to the target market and to serve the mobile needs of the people in Tudu," he said.
While selling at hugely competitive prices, the company in partnership with its sister company Dream Finance, is also offering a pay
ment regime in which some products could be bought and paid in instalment.
"We give the lowest, in fact zero based interest on our products. Our prices are very competitive because we are a retail outlet for key partners. So we are very competitive on the market," he stated.

All the Samsung models of phones, the newest Huawei, HTC phones, Apple as well as the Rlg products were all on sale shortly after the tape was cut for the grand opening.
Mr Asamoah said the company will soon be the retail outlet for Triple play new technology as part of the holding dream.
The triple play technology is a new television data and voice device blended together to offer a solid new technological experience.
It will be in the country in the first quarter of next year.

Myjoyonline.com

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