XIAOMI SERVICE CENTERS AND OFFICES IN NIGERIA


Xiaomi  is a Chinese electronics firm established by Lei Jun in 2010 and has its headquarters in Beijing. Xiaomi produces and invests in smartphones, mobile apps, laptops, trimmers, earphones, MI Television, Shoes, and other varieties of products. Ranked at 468th, Xiaomi is the youngest company on Fortune Global 500 List in 2019.

XIAOMI produced and released its first smartphone in August 2011 and quickly gained market share in China to become China’s largest smartphone company as of 2014. At the onset of the second quarter of 2018, Xiaomi became the world’s fourth-largest smartphone manufacturer, leading in both the largest market, China, and the second-largest market, India. Xiaomi later developed a broader range of consumer electronics, like a smart home (IoT) device ecosystem.

Before now, buying a Xiaomi smartphone in Nigeria was usually referred to as a great risk by a majority of people. This was encouraged due to the absence of service centers in Nigeria. Xiaomi smartphones spare parts were not readily available in Nigeria. Nevertheless, Xiaomi fans still expanded in number. To cut the long story short, Xiaomi now has service centers in locations across the country. Service centers where Xiaomi smartphone users can get professional help to fix issues that might arise from the smartphones. In this article, we will explore a comprehensive list of Xiaomi Service centers found in different states in Nigeria, as well as supply the customer care numbers assigned to each service station. After creating a focus on African expansion, Xiaomi has entered other markets in West Africa. The new flagship Mi Store firm in Nigeria opened its doors amid enormous interest and many visitors. Xiaomi offers more special offers on products found in its new store.

XIAOMI PRODUCTS

Xiaomi manufacture many products. Essentially, it produces smartphones that work on their own unique version of Android MIUI firmware. Customers and users suggest that part of Xiaomi’s rapid success rests on its ability to separate itself within the Android universe. The firm has broadened its range of products; its smartphones include Mi Series, Mi Note Series(discontinued), Mi Max Series(discontinued), Mi Mix Series, Pocophone, Blackshark, and the Redmi Series. As well as mobile phones, Xiaomi ventured into selling valuables, mobile accessories, and appliances such as television and speakers. In 2018, it ventured into selling tablets, laptops, and smart-home devices.

Xiaomi operates on a vertically-integrated model which allows the company to sell hardware at a reduced cost or below in a bid to attract users and earn money through selling content. Hugo Barra, an ex-Google executive who worked as  Xiaomi’s vice president dated from 2014 to 2017, described the organization as “an Internet and a software company much more than a hardware company”.

Xiaomi also keeps the prices of its products low or close to “bill-of-material” by keeping most of its products in the market for much longer than normal, eighteen months instead of the six-month norm followed by many other smartphone firms. This strategy enables Xiaomi to take advantage of price reductions in the prices of key components of its products. It allows the company to sell hardware with specifications comparable to high-end devices at a reduced fraction of the cost.

The firm’s version of the Android operating system, the MIUI skin, with its design, app marketplace, and functions, established a community of users who form a vital part of Xiaomi’s customer database and contribute to the firm’s drive for market awareness. This system is a massive source of revenue as indicated in 2015 when sales from the platform reached $750 million.

Earlier this year, Xiaomi noted that one of its goals for 2019 was to increase its presence in Africa. The increasing market share of Chinese OEM in Africa is the most important reason brand aspirations in the Nigerian mobile market are really high and we can expect more stores to continue to spring up in the coming months.

Xiaomi Service Centers in Nigeria

As earlier mentioned, the absence of service centers in Nigeria didn’t reduce Xiaomi users in Nigeria, instead, the numbers kept improving. This is encouraged through the value Xiaomi smartphones possess. When talking about value for money, it can be hard and tacky to find competitors that can compete in the same region as Xiaomi smartphones. If you are a Xiaomi fan, I guess you would be totally happy. Your Xiaomi smartphone finally has support, and the support is in close proximity to you. The following is the list of Xiaomi Service centers available in Nigeria, along with their Customer care numbers which you can reach out to whenever need be.

Xiaomi Service Centers in Lagos State Nigeria

This store is located at Computer Village, Ikeja, Lagos. The store possesses a complete line of Xiaomi products ranging from smartphones to headsets, accessories, and household appliances. Similar to many tech companies available today, Xiaomi has its Nigeria Headquarters in Lagos which is located at:

  • No 18, Kodesho street opposite computer village, Ikeja, Lagos state Nigeria.

Other Xiaomi service centers in Lagos include:

  • 16, Saka TinubuSteet, Victoria Island, Lagos

• Water Front Complex, Plot 8 Block 12E, Admiralty Way, Lekki, Phase 1

Delta State Service Centers

• 23 Ibusa road, beside winners chapel, Asaba

• Shop H29, Block, Robinson plaza, Warri

Abuja Service Centers

• Discovery Mall, Str. AdetokunboAdemola, Wuse 2 Abuja

• Alexandria Cresent, Behind Banex Plaza Abuja

Rivers State Service Centers

• No 30 Str. Okporo Road, off Aba road, st., Port Harcourt, River State

Abia State Service Centers

• 31 Str. Micheals road Aba

Kano State Service Centers

  • 18D, Civic center road, Kano

Kaduna State Service Centers

  • L30/31, Mangal Plaza, Leventis area, Kaduna

Kwara State Service Centers

  • 199, Ibrahim Taiwo road, Promo plaza, Ilorin

Oyo State Service Centers

  • Golden Age Plaza, Plot 125, Magazine Road, Jericho, Ibadan

Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kano

  • 18D, Civic center road, Kano

Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kaduna

  • L30/31, Mangal Plaza, Leventis area, Kaduna

Xiaomi Service Centers / Stores in Kwara (Ilorin)

  • 199, Ibrahim Taiwo road, Promo plaza, Ilorin.

There it is – a comprehensive list of Xiaomi Service Centers available in Nigeria. As you might have already noticed, Xiaomi’s customer service Centers is not yet available in all 36 states in Nigeria. However, If a Xiaomi Service Center isn’t available in your state, you can always order for a retrieval. Try contacting them through their official social media platforms on Facebook and Twitter.

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