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Mobile & Wireless

Albert Heijn starts selling prepaid mobile phones

Thursday 26 June 2008 | 10:18 CET | News
Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn has outfitted 330 of its stores with special telecom shelves, which immediately makes Albert Heijn the biggest seller of prepaid mobile phones in The Netherlands. The shelves are stocked with prepaid mobile phones from KPN, T-Mobile, Hi, Telfort, Vodafone and AH Mobiel (Albert Heijn's own MVNO). Until now, Albert Heijn only sold prepaid call credit vouchers for all large Dutch brands and several MVNOs, including its own. The supermarket chain has no plans to sell mobile phones with postpaid subscriptions.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Netherlands
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