Jumia Phones Day is here: Huge discounts and free shipping countrywide for all orders above Sh 5K

Jumia Phones Day

It has been a busy weekend for online retailers not just in Kenya, but also in other parts of the world thanks to Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 shopping sprees.

Even though these specific shopping days are no more, the shopping craze is not yet over. In fact, things are just beginning to take shape and to start us off is the upcoming Jumia Phones Day, which takes place this Wednesday, November 29th.

As you may have guessed, this event is all about phones. Jumia will be offering massive discounts on the huge repository of smartphones it sells, be it Android, Windows, iOS or even feature phones like the Nokia 3310. On top of this, the retailer is also offering free shipping for any phone orders above Sh 5,000. Usually, most Jumia offers involve free shipping within Nairobi, but things will be different during tomorrow’s Phone Day.

Unlike previous Black Friday and Cyber Monday promos where the retailer gave us a sneak preview of what’s coming, there isn’t much we know about the specifics of the offers in question. Whether we’ll see another Sh 1,000 Huawei Mate 10 treasure hunt is still unknown, but we can guarantee you’ll still come across something that suits you. Also, be sure to check out the platform regularly because flash sales are still on. Who knows, you might bump into something you’ve been eyeing for quite some time at an insanely reduced price.

Jumia Phones Day

Safaricom was also running some cool offers on Masoko, where Sh 1 was enough to buy you a brand new Samsung Galaxy S8, Nokia 8 or even an Apple iPhone X, among other products. However, the retailer, which is only a couple weeks old on the market, seems to have taken the foot off the pedal, although there are still a few interesting offers available.

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If you don’t have the Jumia app installed on your phone, you can get it from the Google Play Store for free.

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