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CellSavers raises USD 3 mln in seed funding 

Monday 21 December 2015 | 17:40 CET | News
On-demand smartphone repair service provider CellSavers raised USD 3 million in seed funding from Sequoia Israel to expand its on-demand smartphone repair service across the US. Angel investor Robert Antokol (CEO, Playtika) also participated in the round. Along with the funding, Sequoia Israel partner Gili Raanan will join the CellSavers board. Launched earlier in 2015, CellSavers offers expert technicians to quickly fix smartphones at the time and place of the customers' choice.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: CellSavers
Countries: United States / World
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