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Special Christmas pricing on major brands at Connector Systems

11 Dec 15

Christmas is traditionally the time where you can find "never-before seen", "incredible" and "absolutely ridiculous" bargains when shopping for your loved ones.

It's also the time when Connector Systems offers special pricing and generous discounting on major brands store-wide.

There are huge price drops with Ruckus Unleashed, as you can receive up to 33% off the normal purchase price of their controller-less wireless network bundles, which can equate to around $1,220 off.

Connector Systems has inked a deal with Germany's Rittal in a deal which provides resellers new offerings, quick access to Rittal stock - and the potential to quickly set themselves up as mini data centres. There will be 10% off all Rittal purchases from Connector Systems between December 1 2015 and February 29 2016 to celebrate the new distribution partnership.

If you're prepared to devote two minutes of your time to a simple online survey, you can receive 30% off the normal reseller purchase price of the Yealink CP860 IP Conference Phone.

And of course, this isn't to mention huge discounts on other major brands like Dell SonicWALL, Aruba, Seagate and Cambium to name a few.

If you would like to get a full scope of the Christmas bargains available, have a look on the Connector Systems website.

The Connector Systems offices will close at 5:00pm on Wednesday December 23 2015 and will re-open at 8:30am on Tuesday January 5 2016, so make sure you're quick.

Last orders for delivery prior to Christmas will be taken at 12:00pm on December 23 2015.

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