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Mobile & Wireless

D.phone opens 30 Apple stores in Beijing

Monday 26 November 2012 | 13:17 CET | News
Chinese mobile retail chain D.phone has opened 30 Apple stores in Beijing, reports China Tech News. According to reports in the local media, D.phone's stores cover important business areas in Beijing and offer Apple products such as the iPad, iPhone and iPod. iPhone and iPad parts and accessories are also sold. Staff can demonstrate the Apple products and provide consulting and help with application downloads and services set-up. D.phone already started accepting bookings for the iPhone 5, and customers who now deposit CNY 200 can purchase an Apple smartphone with a CNY 400 reduction once it's available. The first batch of iPhone 5 devices will be contracted products operated by China Unicom and China Telecom. Consumers who buy the iPhone 5 at D.phone stores will get a free Sim card cutting and contacts transfer.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / China Telecom / China Unicom
Countries: China
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