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ASUS Officially Opens Online Store, First 50 Buyers Get Free 32GB microSD Card

ASUS Online store
Buy with confidence online

ASUS has officially opened their own online store today. The new store (which can be found at store.asus.com/ph) allows people to buy with confidence from ASUS online, from the comfort of their homes (or wherever they may be at the moment). All phones and tablets bought from the online store comes with ASUS’ standard 1-year warranty on both parts and service.

Currently in the store are the official Zenfone 2 SKUs, ranging from the affordable ZE500CL all the way up to the monster ZE551ML 4GB/64GB RAM version. We reviewed the same Zenfone 2 SKU a few months ago and really found it the best of the versions offered here in the Philippines. Anyway, ASUS has also put up their Zenfone 5 and Zenfone C up for sale in the store, along with the MeMo Pad 7 and the FonePad 8. ASUS offers a number of ways to pay for goods ordered off of the store, including cash on delivery as well as credit and debit card payments.


John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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  1. Ibig sabihin may demand ang asus sa pinas dahil nagset up sila ng ph website store. Dapat ganito na din ang gawin ng alcatel para di na dadaan sa lazada ang mga tao.

    1. I believe mas mataas ang magagastos ng Alcatel kung magsetup pa sila ng sariling online website store.

      Creating an e-commerce site which is PCI compliant is NOT an easy task and could cost millions of pesos. (FYI, PCI relates on how you can transact credit card details securely and also ensures that the credit card details of the customer are well protected).

      Not only that, there’s the issue of LOGISTICS. If Alcatel will setup their own shop, they must also have the manpower for the packagaing and shipping or delivery of the orders.

      Besides, Lazada is already an established brand and is a reputable online e-commerce site. Lazada is practically the Amazon counterpart here in the Philippines in terms of customer service and availability of items.

      Basta may dahilan kung bakit hindi nagawa ang nasabi mo. May mga pinag-aralan din naman ang marketing team ng Alcatel at malamang may MBA pa ang mga yun…

  2. Uuuggghhh bat hindi nila sinali ang mga laptops nila. Some of their offerings are not available in my location. I still have to order it from Lazada.

  3. hindi naman available sa site nila yung zenpower, exlusive lang yata sa Lazada. :) hehe gusto ko pa naman sana makalibre ng sdcard, kaso sa Lazada lang pala makakorder sa ngayon nung zpower.

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