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Carphone Warehouse has announced that it will launch a new mobile operator service to add to its existing retail business by summer 2015.
We are proud to offer advice across all networks and mobile phones which has made us a leading destination for anyone buying or upgrading to their latest phone.
The independent retailer, with 91 outlets across all counties nationwide, has partnered with Three Ireland as part of its recently agreed purchase of the O2 Ireland network.
It brings with it a promise of a unique and customer-focused mobile service available within the coming 12 months.
Since opening its first store in 1996, Carphone Warehouse has become the country’s largest communications retailer offering the widest range of phones and all Irish mobile networks as well as the expert and impartial advice for which is has become widely known.
Peter Scott describes the Retailer’s new venture as a natural addition to the Carphone Warehouse service.
“We have always kept the customer at the heart of what we do throughout our 18 years in business. We are proud to offer advice across all networks and mobile phones which has made us a leading destination for anyone buying or upgrading to their latest phone. We are now in a position to create a mobile operator that answers what our customers have told us they want - namely great value, exciting offers and tariffs that are tailored specifically to their needs. We look forward to offering our customers even greater choice in our stores”
The new service will offer a full range of high-end smartphones including Apple iPhone and will see state-of-the-art 4G connections as part of Three’s intended new network upgrade.
Mr Scott says, ‘The launch of 4G is long awaited by the Irish consumer. Low cost data is now the leading requirement that our customers demand when considering their next mobile phone contract and the speed and quality of experience is a number one priority. It will play a very important part in our new service.’ For more information see www.carphonewarehouse.ie
Peter Scott with Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD. Pictured at the announcement.