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Synnex makes communications foray with HTC

Synnex makes communications foray with HTC

Smartphone maker HTC has signed a local distribution agreement with Synnex.

Synnex country manager Richard Harri says the deal marks his firm’s first move into communications devices.

"We look forward to helping HTC meet the demand for its products in the New Zealand market,” he says.

HTC says the appointment will extend the distribution of its phones and wireless offerings to retailers here, including credit facilities and account management.

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."


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