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Konga has collaborated with Supergeeks to offer a supplementary gadget warranty service called the Gadget Protection Plan (GPP) for select devices purchased from the online retail store.

GPP covers breakdowns, malfunctions, normal wear & tear, including device damage and is accessible at the point of purchase for some devices sold on Konga’s marketplace. The plan doesn’t require any extra financial commitment on the part of the device owner.

“We are happy to collaborate with SuperGeeks to give our customers this added layer of assurance for some devices bought on konga.com”, Konga’s Head of PR, Olatomiwa Akande, said.

The deal also takes care of minute details, labor and parts of the device that might need to be replaced. Shoppers who wish to tap into this plan must look for and purchase devices that have the GGP logo.

SuperGeeks is a Lagos-based after sales device repair and service chain. The firm inked a similar GPP deal with Cornerstone Insurance few weeks ago.

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