Still shop around for the best deal though
The king of high street mobile sales has announced that it’s aiming (you see what they did there) to be the cheapest retailer for tablet devices this Christmas in an aim to claw back a percentage of the market from online sales.
Graham Stapleton, Chief Commercial Officer, says:
“We are determined to offer the best price for customers on the high street this Christmas. With a raft of new models just landing on shelves from the likes of Apple, Google and Amazon, tablets are sure to be top of many customers’ wish lists… … For years desktop PC sales have been in decline, while the tablet market has gone from strength to strength. Our global partnership with Best Buy gives us the buying power to challenge our high street competitors on price, and ensure as many customers as possible can get their hands on the latest tech. As the UK’s largest independent mobile retailer, we are best placed to serve customers looking for a new tablet, bundle deals with the latest smartphones, and 3G connected tablets to surf the internet on the go.”
Of course, AIMING to be the cheapest retailer on the high street certainly doesn’t mean that they will be, but they have announced that the Google Nexus 32GB can be yours for £189 and the cheapest third generation iPad will be marked down to £359.
That being said, Apple revealed a brand new iPad at an event last week, so we’re not surprised.