Ecobank partners Samsung to launch Galaxy Note8

• Mr Sackey

• Mr Sackey

Samsung Ghana and Ecobank have partnered to launch the latest mobile device Galaxy Note 8 device to smartphone patrons in Ghana at the weekend.


The Note8 is an improved version of the Note5 with dual cameras with 12 megapixel on the rear and 8 megapixel at the front.

It is water resistant meaning users can access their phone irrespective of the condition.

The Samsung Note8 comes with an S Pen which is also water resistant, making scribbling and drawing easy for users.


The Note8 has 6 gigabytes of RAM and a gorilla glass making the screen durable. Known for its power of innovations, Samsung believes the newly launched Note8 will be a game changer in the industry.

Speaking at the launch the Managing Director of Ecobank Mr Dan Sackey, announced very exciting and flexible financing arrangements for all patrons of the phone.


He indicated that the bank was in the partnership to offer customers the needed convenience in the purchase of the Samsung Note 8.

Mr Sackey therefore encouraged all prospective buyers to approach any branch of Ecobank to discuss their personal preferred financing options.


Touching on the bank’s digital drive, Mr Sackey said: “As Africa’s number one bank leading the way in digital innovations, we are proud to offer the cutting edge Samsung Note 8 as the device of choice to launch your Ecobank Mobile App for all payments.” “This is a very unique mobile banking application which gives customers fast, simple, convenient, secure and free access to their bank accounts without respect to time or location.  It does not even matter, if you are not a customer of Ecobank. All you need is to download and activate the Ecobank Mobile App, using your bank’s Visa Card, MasterCard or Union Pay International card details,” he said.


Mr. Sackey said: “After that, you can start making payments for goods and services, cash withdrawal and deposits, instant money transfer within Ghana and across 34 countries in Africa, without visiting the banking hall.”

By Times Reporter




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