Win 100k weekly from itel’s iBuy Shopping Festival

The itel Kenya iBuy Festival is currently ongoing. It started on 1st and will end on the 31st of October, and each week Kenyans stand to win KES. 100,000.

Of course, there are some requirements to be met before one even stands to win the money:

  • First of all, one needs to purchase an itel Smartphone. It has to be either the S16, P36, A56, or the A36.
  • Secondly, after purchase customers will need to fill in a raffle ticket to stand to be part of the draw.

itel has recently embarked on a brand re-introduction after being around for a while. They’ve brought in new products including TVs, and wearables. And their bid to build up an even bigger reach for their devices is still on course with the iBuy Festival.

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Win 100k weekly from itel's iBuy Shopping Festival
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The iBuy Festival comes just weeks after the end of the free month of services the company ran between August and September where customers would get free screen replacements, free protectors, and free cleaning.

The new S16 series – which is part of the list of devices one needs to buy to participate – is made up of three devices, the S16, the S16 PRO, and the S16 Pro 4G. The main differences between the three devices are in RAM, display and cameras. You can check out other differences between them here.

The P36 and P36 Pro launched sometime back this year with dual rear cameras, Android 9 Pie, and 5000mAh batteries. The Pro model is about KES. 10,000 for 2GB RAM, 32GB stroage, plus 4G support.

The A56 on the other hand launched back in March and is a very affordable Android GO device. When it launched, the set retail prices was set at KES. KES. 6,699 for 1GB RAM, and 16GB storage. Only these four devices will allow you to participate in the 100k ruffle.


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