Apple distributor expands into Ghana

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Apple distributor expands into Ghana

Apple distributor Core Group is launching operations in Ghana.

The company, which launched its local presence in Accra this weekend, will bring to market genuine iPads with a two-year warranty.

Core Group communications manager Taryn Hyam said the company believed that enabling customers buy genuine iPads from authorised distributors would eliminate the problems customers face when they buy the products from third parties.

Core Group Africa is responsible for the distribution of Apple ipads in Ghana, Nigeria, Southern Africa and Angola.



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