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Buy headsets to win Cackle bribes

06 Oct 10

As part of the distributor's drive to sign up new resellers (which we reported here on in August) the company is offering prizes for purchases, including a helicopter adventure, a weekend escape and a year of magazines. Each, the distributor says, valued at $400.

The offer is only open to channel partners and if you don’t already have an account with Cackle, no problems just email Lisa here or call them on the number below.

How you go into the draw:

- Buy 1 Addcom Headset (to get five entries)

-  Organise a free trial of an Addcom headset (to get two entries)


-  Subscribe to the Cackle Trade newsletter (to get one entry)

All the details can be found at Cackle’s website for channel partners here or by calling them on 0508 222 553

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