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Synnex scoops HTC deal

16 Aug 10

Smartphone designer HTC has inked a distributor agreement with Synnex for New Zealand.

With the addition of Synnex it’s hoped that HTC will be able to expand the distribution and support for its range of smartphones and wireless solutions to New Zealand retailers.

“This strategic alliance with Synnex represents a great enhancement to meet the growing demand for HTC handsets in New Zealand,“ said Anthony Petts, Sales and Marketing Director ANZ, HTC Corporation. "Synnex’s experience will accelerate further the availability of HTC phones to New Zealand customers."

Richard Harri, Country Manager, Synnex New Zealand, added, “We are very pleased to sign this agreement with HTC today as this marks Synnex’s first move into the distribution of communication devices.

“Synnex continues to expand its capability in the retail market and offers an unrivalled level of service, logistics and support to its customers. We look forward to helping HTC meet the demand for its products in the New Zealand market.”

HTC-Mini pictured

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