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2degrees inks retail deal with Whitcoulls

2degrees inks retail deal with Whitcoulls

2degrees mobile and REDgroup retail, who operate the Whitcoulls and Bennetts stores in New Zealand, have inked a distribution partnership for the sale of 2degrees SIM cards and top-up vouchers from 75 stores nationwide.

“This partnership complements the already extensive nationwide distribution footprint we have with over 2,700 outlets selling SIM cards, 6,000 outlets selling top-up vouchers and 400 retail outlets selling our handsets,” 2degrees CEO Eric Hertz says.

The full list of 2degrees partners is: Whitcoulls, Bennetts, Dick Smith Electronics, Warehouse Stationery, PAK’nSAVE, New World, Foodtown, Countdown, Woolworths, Shell, Mobil, BP and other independently owned petrol stations served by Red Circle, along with Gilmours, Toops and Trents, who serve as the primary distributor to independent convenience retailers.


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