Macau, China (30th October 2012) – UK.CellPhoneShop.net, a leading provider of over 10,000 affordable mobile phone accessories for various popular brands, has launched a German version of their mobile phone accessories website.
In a bid to cater to the high demand in the consumer electronics industry in Germany, CellPhoneShop.net has launched a German-language website at de.cellphoneshop.net. This latest endeavor by the mobile accessories retailer will further expand its international market, which also serves the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Australia, and Canada.
It is hoped by UK.CellPhoneShop.net that the launch of this website will improve convenience for their German customers, as the company will be offering a new range of mobile phone accessories specifically catered to the German market, whilst also providing product details and customer email support in the German language. UK.CellPhoneShop.net has also converted their prices to the EURO to enable German customers to pay in their local currency.
A spokesperson from UK.CellPhoneShop.net said: “Language is a barrier for the German customers who currently place orders on our UK website, and we are delighted to provide a viable solution to this issue with the launch of our entirely German-focussed website.
“This will hopefully offer our German customers a more user-friendly browsing and checkout experience, and we look forward to further expanding our business to accommodate more countries and languages in the future.”
For more information on UK.CellPhoneShop.net and their assorted mobile phone accessories, please visit http://uk.cellphoneshop.net.
UK.CellPhoneShop.net provides over 10,000 phone accessories for every type of mobile phone brand. They offer the lowest price guarantee across their entire range of products, ranging from batteries to car chargers, cases to screen protectors, cables to memory cards, and Bluetooth headsets to car kits from brands including Apple, BlackBerry, HTC, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, and more.
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