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HTC opens e-commerce portal in Saudi Arabia

HTC smartphones and accessories are now available with delivery anywhere in the Kingdom

HTC opens e-commerce portal in Saudi Arabia
The portal aims to provide a platform to improve product and service experiences for HTC consumers.

HTC has opened an e-commerce portal dedicated to offering smartphones and accessories to consumers across Saudi Arabia.

HTC consumers will be able to buy HTC products, including the HTC U11 smartphone and the HTC U and Desire ranges. Furthermore, visitors can buy HTC accessories, such as car chargers, audio earphones and smartphone covers.

The portal aims to provide a platform to improve product and service experiences for HTC consumers.

Nikitas Glykas, president of HTC Middle East & Africa, said: "As HTC continues to grow its brand and customer base, we believe it is important to have one place for our customers where they will be able to access the entire range of HTC smartphones and accessories.

"Moreover, e-commerce is not just a buzzword in Saudi Arabia, but a clear direction in which the retail industry is moving. The Kingdom's young, tech-savvy population is driving this growth, and is also the same audience that is eager to explore HTC's award-winning smartphone range."  

Saudi Arabia customers can access the site here.

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