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Pacczone: Special Pricing for Mobile Device Accessories

Pacczone Announces Special Post-Holiday Pricing for Luxury Mobile Device Accessories

With many consumers having received new smart devices for the holidays, Pacczone is offering discounted prices on popular phone and tablet cover options

Auckland, December 27, 2013 - Pacczone, New Zealand’s leader in smart phone and mobile device accessories, is pleased to announce special, discounted prices on popular phone covers. The special prices are a post-holiday offer, as many people received mobile devices and the newest smartphone models as gifts, and are now accessorising these items.

One of the most popular items currently discounted by Pacczone is the Galaxy S4 Spigen Ultraflip Case. The luxury case is specifically designed not only to provide the utmost in functionality, but also to highlight the features of the Samsung Galaxy S4. The case is sleek and ergonomically designed, and offers a microfiber lining to protect the phone’s screen when stored within.

The Ultraflip Case gives all-around protection for the device, and the hard frame protects against external impact. It doesn’t require removal of the phone’s battery cover, and the case also features a unique speaker hole and earpiece opening, allowing the user to speak on the phone, even when the case is on. The Ultraflip case is available in a variety of color options.

“We’ve found that after the holidays is a great time to announce discounts on our most popular items, because it’s a time when many customers have just received a new mobile device, and they’re looking for those perfect high-end accessories to complete it,” said Pacczone’s director Phillip Cullen. “We’re the go-to resource for shoppers seeking specialised, high-quality and innovative products from the leading brands in mobile device accessories.”

Other products currently being featured at special prices include the iPhone 5 DualPro Case, which has a rigid plextonium frame and an impact-absorbing silicone core, as well as the Draco Aluminum Multi-Stand Ottoman, ideal for use with the iPad.

Pacczone sources only the best brands in mobile device accessories, including Belkin, Cygnett, Draco Design and Spigen.

“We understand how important a person’s mobile devices are to their life, which is why we offer premium accessories that do everything from protecting those devices from damage, to making them more convenient and easy to use,” said Cullen. “We also pride ourselves on being extremely competitive in our pricing, which is why we’re always happy to be able to offer a discount to our customers.”

For more information on their most popular discounted cases, visit www.pacczone.co.nz/shop/26-iphone-4s-cases

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