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Yoobee, 2degrees in one-stop shop deal

Yoobee, 2degrees in one-stop shop deal

Apple Computer retail chain Yoobee and mobile services provider 2degrees have
partnered up to offer a one-stop shop for Mobile Solutions for Apple users.

The service enables buyers of Apple’s networked products ranged at Yoobee to sign up for 2degrees voice and data plans on the spot.

The nationwide rollout of this service begins 5th May 2014, with Specials and
exclusive deals on offer at all Yoobee stores in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch.

Yoobee, which has recently been acquired by established IT services provider Logical Systems and their new management plan to roll out a number of such offers centering on customer convenience in the coming months.

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