Wireless carrier AT&T recently opened a new retail space at the Route 66 Outlet mall in Canóvanas to better serve area customers, upgrading from a kiosk to the new 3,000 square-foot retail space.
The store design aims to give customers an interactive experience where they can really see how a product works before they buy.
“Shoppers will enjoy trying out the latest smartphones, tablets and accessories at our new store as they buy for loved ones or themselves. Just as you would take a car for a test ride, you can interact with devices to find the best fit,” said José Juan Dávila, vice president general manager, AT&T Puerto Rico & U.S. Virgin Islands.
“This is one way we make the shopping experience better for our customers,” he said.
AT&T has invested nearly $290 million in its Puerto Rico wireless and wireline networks from 2012 to 2014. AT&T has more than 86 retail locations in Puerto Rico.
The carrier also recently remodeled its store in Plaza del Norte Mall in Hatillo, with improved interactive displays and a community table to help customers explore new devices and receive expert demonstrations from store personnel.