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Drillisch to start developing shop chain at start of 2015

Monday 8 September 2014 | 10:32 CET | News
Mobile telecommunications provider Drillisch plans to start developing its own chain of shops at the beginning of 2015, WirtschaftsWoche reported on its website, citing board spokesman Paschalis Choulidis. It is currently deciding whether the branches will run under the Drillisch name or carry one of its twelve discount brands. Drillisch is allowed to take over up to 600 shops from O2 and E-Plus as one of the conditions for their merger, as well as up to 30 percent of their combined network capacity. Choulidis added that Drillisch is working on a product range overhaul and that it plans to

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Companies: Drillisch
Countries: Germany
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