Motorola boosts local presence with opening of SM Moa kiosk

MOTOROLA continues to strengthen its retail footprint in the country with the opening of its new Motorola kiosk at the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City. Say #HelloMoto once again as the new Motorola kiosk located at the 2nd level of SM MOA CyberZone brings the full Moto smartphone lineup to Filipino smartphone consumers in the Southern Metro.

As part of its goal to become the definitive no. 3 player in the global smartphone market, Lenovo is continuously expanding its Moto smartphone presence across emerging markets, including the Philippines. The three strategic outlets in key SM Cyberzones—Megamall, North EDSA and most recently, MOA—increase the visibility of Motorola in high-traffic malls.

Motorola opens its new Motorola kiosk at SM MOA Cyberzone to better serve Filipino consumers in Southern Metro.

“The Philippines is an important market for Motorola, and we are committed toward bringing the Moto experience to more Filipinos through our latest outlet in SM Mall of Asia. By continuously increasing our retail footprint, Motorola is definitely keen on revolutionizing Filipinos’ digital lifestyle,” said John Rojo, Country Manager, Lenovo Mobile Business Group Philippines.

Exclusive freebies and discounts await those purchasing Motorola smartphones at the new Motorola kiosk from July 8 to 16. These include two free Moto Mods and free premium smartphone accessories like Moto Style Shell, Skull Candy earphones, Powerbank, and cash vouchers.

All Motorola concept stores carry the Moto smartphone lineup: Its flagship family composed of Moto Z, Moto Z Play and the Moto Mods; its mid-range family, which consists of Moto M; and the newly launched Moto C, Moto C Plus and Moto E4 Plus.

Topics: Motorola
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