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TelstraClear furthers online presence


14 July 2008

TelstraClear furthers online presence

TelstraClear today launched its latest online initiative – the TelstraClear Shop.

Found at www.telstraclearshop.co.nz the online store sells a variety of communications products including computer and notebook accessories, ipod accessories, digital cameras and landline phones.

TelstraClear Head of Consumer Markets Steve Jackson says the online store will offer a great range of products with competitive pricing.

“Products have been sourced through strategic partnerships and as such we’re able to pass on special prices to all customers, along with some special promotions for TelstraClear residential and business customers.”

Brands on offer include Canon, Logitech, Philips, Belkin, Microsoft and Uniden.
“The items available for purchase have been carefully selected to complement our HomePlan and InHome telephone, broadband and television services,” says Mr Jackson. “Take the Logitech QuickCam Chat Webcam which we are offering at a special price of only $35.99 until the end of July.”

The site will be updated regularly with many more products and specials.
This move furthers TelstraClear’s online presence with the launch of its digital content site Clearnet.co.nz in May.

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