I need to write about this title because I have come to realize people are not too sure where to go to online for Slot Nigeria official website. This website of this lovely mall where you can buy virtually all phones and great accessories Nigerians have heard about are sometimes confusing to many. I do know that the online presence of Slot Nigeria is not that great to the reputation this Slot phones mall have built for years have served ther loyals costomers in times of providing quality phones and accessories to all people of all classes in Nigeria
The Slot Nigeria Limited official website is www.SLOT.NG, the website is where you can see the latest products that have been added to the slot Nigeria.
The last time I visited slot Nigeria, I was surprised that I can still order for Nokia 130, I mean original Nokia 130 from Slot Nigeria mobile phones category at their official website. What I have failed to mention is that, you can also sit down at the comfort of your home and order your stuffs just like Jumia and Konga.
The effect of them not being really talk about by many top tech bloggers in Nigeria is that people really do not know about Slot website in terms of ordering tech products from them unlike Konga and Jumia who have invested millions upons millions of naira on ads, they have started reaping the investment on ads of course, because today, if the two companies failed to advertised anymore on Google adwords or from Facebook, they will win. Today what will be on every Nigerians mind if they want to order anything online is either Konga or Jumia. We hope this great companies can come up too, since Slot Nigeria products prices are one of the lowest you can talk about if you in Nigeria and want to order something from online you can consider Slot Nigeria website.
Slot website is basically divided into different categories just like other normal e commerce websites. The homepage of Slot website contains the latest products and accessories that is being added which is at www.slot.ng. The main categories of Slot Nigeria website are.
- The mobile phones categories, which you can access at >>http://www.slot.ng/mobile-phones which contains all the phones you can order from Slot website or you can buy form any of their branches. We will talk about Slot Nigeria branches later in this article. We recently updated the Slot Nigeria price list for Samsung phones, and also go further by listing the price list of Tecno phones in Slot Nigeria. You can check the links to see the reviews
- The Slot Hot deals, which you can access by clicking this link at >>> http://www.slot.ng/hot-deals which contains the products that you can buy as high as 50% off the real price anywhere in Nigeria. This is the page I do not fail to visit anytime I want to browse the Slot website. Of course, i might not want to buy anything, but if I see that the cut off price is so high, I just quickly order it. Poor me.
- The laptop categories. You can see the latest laptops in slot branches and online which you can order from their website at >>>> http://www.slot.ng/laptops. If you need the latest laptop, you can always visit the category to see if you can see the one on your budget range. Slot laptops is one of the cheapest you can see around.
Now you have, other categories that is available is their accessories from clippers, cases form different types. Which is at >>> http://www.slot.ng/accessories
Slot Nigeria Branches Nationwide.
According to the information I was able to get from Slot Nigeria limited official website. They have so many branches nationwide, in which you can walk to, and buy your latest gadgets from them.
The list of Slot Nigeria branches in Nigeria are ;
|1||NO 2B, MEDICAL ROAD IKEJA LAGOS
07005000050, 08034620000, 08055499358
|2||COMPUTER VILLAGE BRANCH
15/19 OLA-AYENI STREET. IKEJA LAGOS
07005000050, 08034620000, 08055499358
NO 19 OPEBI ROAD, AWOSIKA B/STOP IKEJA
MM1, MURTALA MOHAMMED LOCAL AIRPORT.IKEJA-LAGOS .09029439653
|5||APAPA BRANCH 1
95, KOFO ABAYOMI STREET, OPP. CEASER’S PALACE, APAPA WHARF. LAGOS – STATE.
|6||APAPA BRANCH 2
3, CAULCRICK ROAD, OFF KOFO ABAYOMI, APAPA, LAGOS STATE.
|7||VICTORIA ISLAND BRANCH 1
13A, SAKA TINUBU STREET. VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS
|8||VICTORIA ISLAND BRANCH 2
1296, AKIN ADESOLA STREET, VI-LAGOS.
67 ADENIRAN OGUNSANYA STREET, SURULERE
|10||IKEJA CITY MALL
THE NIGERIAN ARMY ARENA
51 ROAD, 512 JUNCTIONS, FESTAC TOWN LAGOS
|13||GSM VILLAGE BRANCH
BLOCK A, SHOP 2 AIRPORT BUS-STOP.
160 OKOTA ROAD, CELE BUS-STOP.
PHONE NO: 09051666840, 08035409697
|15||ABUJA BRANCH 1
SUITE C16/17 NEW BANNEX PLAZA
|16||ABUJA BRANCH 2
PLOT 466, AHMADU BELLO WAY GARKI, BESIDE EDDY-VIC HOTEL.
|17||PORTHACOURT BRANCH 1
NEXTIME TRADING COY,SANI ABACHA RD,
|18||PORTHACOURT BRANCH 2
178 ABA RD, OPP STANBIC IBTC, ARETA PLAZA.
|19||PORTHACOURT BRANCH 3
17, RUMUOBIAKANI TRANS-AMADI,
BESIDE CHICKEN REPUBLIC.PH. 08112662115, 08112662116
NO, 121 IWO ROAD,
ABAYOMI B/STOP, SIMISOLA HOUSE IBADAN.
68, EKET ORON ROAD
PLOT 69, LINE A
|23||UYO BRANCH 2
43 Oron Road by Paul Bassey Uyo.
33, OYEMEKUN ROAD OPPOSITE WEMA BANK, AKURE
18 NDIDEM USIANG ISO
|26||ILORIN BRANCH 1
27 MURTALA MUHAMMED WAY
|27||ILORIN BRANCH 2
183, IBRAHIM TAIWO ROAD, ILORIN
NO 26, OSOLO WAY, BESIDE HERITAGE BANK,
AJAO ESTATE, AIRPORT ROAD,– ISOLO LAGOS
NO 1 WOLEOLA ESTATE,
OPP PREMIER LOTTO MAIN OFFICE, 7 UP, OGO-OLUWA AREA,
OSOGBO, OSUN STATE.
NO.7 AIRPORT ROAD, WARRI.
NO 2 ZARIA RD
GYADIGY GYADI /JAOJI
287 NNEBUISI ROAD, ASABA, DELTA STATE
|33||ASABA BRANCH 2
4 OKPANAM ROAD, BESIDE SOUTHGATE ASABA, DELTA STATE
|34||ADO EKITI BRANCH
ADEBAYO ESTATE, FORMER EKSU HEALTH CENTRE
BESIDE ENERGY PETROL STATION,ADEBAYO ROAD.
44 OPKARA AVENUE, ENUGU NORTH L.G.A ENUGU.
75, LAGOS ROAD, IKORODU, LAGOS STATE.
89, EKENWAN ROAD, BESIDE UBA, BENIN CITY.
127, OLOJO DRIVE, OJO ROAD, ALABA INT’L, OJO.
120A ABA OWERRI ROAD, BESIDE KEYSTONE BANK,
OPPOSITE ABIA STATE POLYTECHNIC
68 WETHERAL ROAD, IKENEGBU JUNCTION, OWERRI
NO.2 ADEJOKUN STREET,ISHERI MAGODO ROAD,
BEFORE ISHERI POLICE STATION, ISHERI OJODU BERGER.
37, IDIMU ROAD, IKOTUN.
SO Filling Station, Ojoba Bus Stop, Abule-Egba
|44||FESTIVAL MALL BRANCH
SHOP 8, FESTIVAL MALL, FESTAC – LAGOS
|45||SABO YABA BRANCH
339A, Herbert Macaulay Road, SABO Yaba, Lagos.
|46||Aeromaritime House, Apapa,
off Mile 2, Oshodi Rd. Begger, Cement bus stop.
|47||MTN Yellow City
1267 Adeola odeku Street VI-Lagos.
34 Zik Avenue, Enugu.
|49||MTN Service Centre
No 2 Civic Centre Road Kano.
Ologolo Junction, Agungi,Lekki Epe Expressway,
A.G Leventis Building – 43 Marina Road, Marina,
10 Lalubu Street, Oke-Ilewo, Abeokuta.
Former Aquinos Building, Berger Bus Stop, Ajah, Lagos.
|54||AJAH BRANCH 2
No 1A Addo Road Ajah, Opposite Olumegbon’s palace at Addo Road
KM 13, Agbara Express Way, De Sholly Bus stop, Odofa, Agbara.
4, Park Road Onitsha GRA,
Slot Nigeria Founder
I will not talk about Slot official website without talking the owner of Slot itself. No, not me. I have lift the inspiring story of Nmadi Ezeigbo, the Managing Director, Founder and CEO of Slot Nigeria.
How Slot Nigeria Was Founded. The real Story of Nnamdi Ezeigbo
Nnamdi Ezeigbo is the MD/CEO of Slot Systems Limited, the home of mobile phones and devices that is popularly known as SLOT by all and sundry. Today, Slot Systems Limited boasts of about 43 offices nationwide and has a vision of “conquering Africa”.
Slot has become a household name in Nigeria, but only few people know that Nnamdi started with the sales and repairs of computers.
Having graduated as a Computer Engineer, Nnamdi proceeded to serve his fatherland as a corps member at Guinness Nigeria Plc. With NYSC done with, Nnamdi, like a lot of Nigerian Graduates had his eyes set on getting a job with an oil firm. Nnamdi was close to having his dream come true when he was at the final interview of Exxon Mobil. Unfortunately, or fortunately, depending on how you look at it, Nnamdi lost out on the job because he falsified his age and state of origin. This led to Nnamdi deciding to always be a man of his words.
Nnamdi eventually got a job which he left after a month because he was not fulfilled. This was the beginning of a two-year streak of joblessness.
His joblessness motivated him to learn a trade and as a Computer Engineer, he decided to acquire practical knowledge and technical know-how in his field of passion. Luckily for him, he had a friend who had a computer engineering outfit at that time, hence, he was able to put up with his friends for six months, learning the trade of computer repairs.
Nnamdi was passionate and willing to learn. He not only got his hands dirty but because he was all about learning, he told his friend not to bother paying him any stipend.
It was during this time that he got to understand the Nigerian business environment. He discovered it was more like a predator and prey relationship. Business owners seemed to be interested in making money at the expense of the customer. Nobody cared about creating value. This was where he saw the opportunity that is known as SLOT today.
However, before the six months were up, Nnamdi had what he calls value misalignment with his friend and was asked to leave because he wouldn’t compromise his values. Nnamdi found out that his friend, Felix cheated undiscerning customers by charging way beyond the cost of repairs. There were instances when a customer was charged as much as N30,000 for a repair that cost no more than N300.
Nnamdi, having decided to stay true to his value of integrity decided to confront Felix about it. However, Felix saw it as just business. On the other hand, whenever Nnamdi had the opportunity to carry out repairs for customers, he charged them much less. This began to endear him to customers who then began to prefer him to Felix. One of such instance where Nnamdi displayed integrity as opposed to what was obtainable in the industry was when he fixed two computers for a customer for less than N60,000, the price another technician had told him repairing one of the computers would cost. In fact, Nnamdi spent only N400 to repair the particular computer the other technician wanted to bill N60,000 for.
This practice of integrity by Nnamdi finally led to Felix showing him the door.
At this point, he had learnt enough to start something of his own, however, because he wasn’t doing it for the money, he didn’t have money to secure a space to work from. He also had unfinished jobs for customers and also had to find the means to conclude them.
Nnamdi began to operate from a restaurant near Felix’s store. It was from here he operated for about a month meeting with customers and going to their offices to fix their computers. At other times, Nnamdi had to take their computers home to fix them.
After about a month of working from the store, Nnamdi decided to put up with a friend of his, who had a bookshop in computer village. At that time, he had a few tools and a table and chair. His customers were also redirected to his new location by friends he made while working from the restaurant.
When he started, he wasn’t known as SLOT because all he did was to repair computers for people at the small space he shared with the bookshop owner. Over time, he was able to build a reputation with a focus on creating value which gained him friends, acquaintances and loyal customers. He was also able to make some money which eventually enabled him to get a small space which he called SLOT.
He started his first office when one of his old loyal customers, Mr. Idowu came looking for him and found him at the bookshop. Mr. Idowu was surprised to find him at the small space in the bookshop, believing Nnamdi deserved more than that. Mr. Idowu then gave Nnamdi a proposition on how to raise funds to secure his first office space. He proposed to supply Nnamdi some printers from his company, which he could sell. Nnamdi was then supposed to use the money from the sales to rent his office space and could then repay the cost of the printers when he settled down comfortably. This plan proved to be a success and after six months, Nnamdi left the bookshop into his own office space at computer village, Ikeja.
The name SLOT was an alias his customers gave him. When working on their computer systems, he would always ask them to slot the cards in the computer. And that was how they started calling him Slot. Making the same alias his company name came easily to him, since the “SLOT” brand was already attached to him.
His foray into sales and services of phones started when GSM came into Nigeria. Nnamdi had travelled to South Africa before then and has seen what GSM was doing in South Africa and the opportunity inherent in it. So, it was only logical for him to diversify and that diversification now amounts to 90% of what SLOT does, while computer sales and services accounts for the remaining 10%. Nnamdi entered the GSM market at a time when it was dominated by the telecoms companies who were selling phones and accessories at very high costs. So, he saw an opportunity and started selling phones at affordable prices and because customers were satisfied with SLOT products, they started trooping in their numbers. Though the phones were of high quality, SLOT still offered a warranty behind them. That was the culture Slot introduced to the market.
For him, his success story hinges on the fact that SLOT was sensitive to opportunity and was able to identify such a golden opportunity. But we should not forget that his is a story of little drops of hardwork, integrity and opportunities here and there that have proved to become the mighty ocean called SLOT.
Now you have it all about slot. I plan to bring to your views about different tech companies in Nigeria and Africa from time to time. please keep coming this website. Please point out my many mistakes from the comment box. Love you all