The products of Walton, the country’s leading brand of electrical, electronics, automobiles, telecommunications and home appliances, have kept gaining trust of the consumers. 

Walton products are becoming the top choice of the consumers for their high standard and best qualities in competitive affordable prices.

This was seen at the three-day Bangladesh ICT Expo-2015 held at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in city. The fair that kicked off on Monday, ended on Wednesday.

Mohammad Sayeem Hossain, a customer who came to buy a Smartphone from Walton Pavilion at the exposition, highly praised the local brand. “The brand is achieving consumers’ trust day by day,” he told risingbd.com.

When asked which product of Walton specially became the prime attraction to the consumers in the exposition, Sayeem Hossain said that various models of Smartphone, Tab and Power Bank caught the eyes of the spectators. All types of consumers can buy these products for they are being sold in affordable prices.

Mohammad Tanvir Reza Jihad, Walton area manager of Malibagh zone and in-charge of Walton Pavilion monitoring, told risingbd that there was huge surge of spectators from the beginning of the exposition. He said the rush became more on Wednesday as it was the last day of the fair.

When asked about the sales in the exposition, he said that Walton was experiencing desired sales from the first day of the fair. Specially, the consumers preferred purchasing Walton Smartphone and Tab.

Tanvir Reza informed that Walton released a new model of Smartphone ‘Primo RX3’ which became one of the prime attractions of the exposition. Besides, the renowned brand also provided up to 15 percent discount in all products showcased at the fair.

The country`s biggest three-day exposition was co-organised by Bangladesh Computer Samity and the ICT Division. President Abdul Hamid inaugurated the event while State Minister for ICT Zunaid Ahmed Palak was also present.
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