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Egyptian news publication Hapi Journal reported in an article yesterday that iFix will use the investment (which tech publication MenaBytes said in an article was a six-figure dollar sum) to launch an e-commerce platform for used mobile phones.
The startup was founded in 2015 by Omar Galal and Mohamed Fayez.
Cairo-based iFix was founded in 2015 by Omar Galal and Mohamed Fayez
Hapi Journal said iFix has completed over 50 000 mobile phone repairs since it was launched.
It’s not clear when the deal was concluded, Ventureburn sought comment on this and other details of iFix’s operations from the startup but had not received a response at the time of publication.
Middle East and North Africa-focused tech publication Menabytes said in an article yesterday that iFix’s ecommerce platform, Gadded, will offer phones that are up to 50% cheaper than retail prices and will come with a one-year warranty provided by iFix.
Featured image: iFix Egypt via Facebook