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AVG opens NZ reseller portal

06 Jul 10

AVG has launched a New Zealand website that will allow local users of the company’s software to purchase, upgrade and download locally.

The website will also feature local New Zealand pricing and support for New Zealand dollar transactions.

Peter Cameron, Managing Director AVG (AU/NZ), said, “We want to ensure Kiwis have the easiest possible access to their anti-virus and internet security software and can stay protected from cyber criminals without having to battle with the vagaries of currency exchange.”

Cameron added, “Going forward we‘re looking to recruit new resellers to our sales channel, train them and keep them up-to-date on vital security issues via our regular newsletters, bulletins and webinars.”

The programme recently introduced the Direct Renewal Guarantee, which aims to reward channel partners whose customers renew, upgrade or increase products via the AVG website.

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