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Jabra eyes selling 4,000 units of 4G earbuds


THE local unit of Denmark-based GN Audio subsidiary looks to sell 4,000 units of its fourth-generation Jabra Elite 75t wireless earbuds this year on the back of growing demand in the market. On the sidelines of the earbuds’ launch in Makati City on Tuesday, Jabra Philippines Country Sales Manager Gladee Manantan told The Manila Times that the audio manufacturer expected to sell 1,000 units every quarter. “We are banking on the success of the Elite 75t, and we see that there are a lot of sell out from our channels on 75t,” she said, referring to an earlier model of the new product. “We are looking at the same success for the 75t and even higher because of the improved experience for the product,” Manantan said. The sales manager also said Elite 75t “delivers smaller, better-fitting earbuds with [a] longer battery life.”


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