GEDEME starts operations with the sale of cell phones and products in national currency • Workers

This Monday, September 19, 2022, the online store of the Industrial Company for Information Technology, Communications and Electronics (GEDEME), belonging to the Business Group of the Electronic Industry, Information Technology, Automation and Communications (GELECT) begins its commercial operations. ).

The virtual store is designed taking advantage of the Enzona platform and can be visited by following this link https://gedeme.enzona.net. Its design is friendly and simple, as it guides the user directly to stocks and prices, grouped into seven different categories, for better identification of product families.

The first of these categories is “Computer Science”, where the GDM cell phone will be marketed, which has raised many expectations in the population. The price of this equipment will be 16 thousand 537 Cuban pesos and 50 cents and at first the stocks are limited in number. It is hoped that they will be increased in the near future.

In the same category, the store begins operations also marketing Tablet case with keyboard; while in the “Lights” section, the initial assortment is three products: 9 W and 18 W LED lamps; and LED bulbs, with prices ranging between 250 and 450 pesos per unit.

The “Telecommunications” area begins activities with three types of network cable (2 m, 3 m and 4 m); while the “Others” sector includes nine products for sale, among which pens, mikas and tablet batteries stand out.

Other categories such as “Electronics”, “Furniture” and “Services” do not yet have any products in stock for sale. The company’s projection is to complete the assortment as soon as possible.

All products must be paid in national currency, through the Enzona platform. The delivery of the products purchased by customers will be made at the GEDEME facilities, since the home delivery option is not available.

The GEDEME online store is part of the efforts to digitize Cuban society, as well as a way to bring products closer to customers, without the participation of intermediaries. ( Tribune of Havana)

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