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Noel Leeming midnight launch sees in new iPhone 6...

26 Sep 14

For the first time ever, Noel Leeming has the Apple iPhone available in store on day one of the official New Zealand launch date.

At 12.01am this morning, Noel Leeming Queen Street store opened for a limited time, welcoming the gadget lovers to get their hands on the latest iPhone 6 model, which is dramatically thinner, remarkably power efficient and has a faster wireless performance.

Noel Leeming Queen Street had a limited number of the latest models available on a 24 month 2degrees post-paid plan available.

“We’re delighted to offer our customers the latest technology and help them get the best from their products, so by being part of the New Zealand iPhone 6 launch, we’re cementing our place as the market leaders in consumer electronics," says Jason Bell, Executive General Manager merchandise, Noel Leeming.

Earlier this month, Noel Leeming – the only New Zealand owned, national electronics retailer - underwent a complete brand refresh of 77 stores across the country.

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