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Comstor offering Cisco promotions that could be music to your ears

07 Jul 16

Comstor currently has two exciting deals that could quite literally be music to your ears.

It’s certainly a good time to be looking at the Cisco networking, collaboration, security and data centre solutions distributed by Comstor, as both promotions are running between now and the end of July.

“Music to Your Ears”

This deal is a simple one – purchase select Cisco products from Comstor during July and win quality audio devices.

  • Purchase over $5,000 of eligible Cisco product to win a Sony wireless speaker cube valued at $100 RRP.
  • Purchase over $10,000 of eligible Cisco product to win a pair of Marley wireless headphones valued at $250 RRP.
  • What’s more, include Cisco Services (SMARTnet) with your hardware order to receive a $100 eftpos gift card. To view the terms and conditions, click here.

“Win a Luxury Office Entertainment Pack”

Is your office in need of a revamp? Need to add some life? This is the prize pack for you. This promotion gives partners the opportunity to win one of three prize packs, simply by spending $5,000 on Fast Track products to be in the draw. Each pack includes a:

  • Sony 50” HDTV
  • Foosball table
  • Bar fridge
  • Coffee machine
  • Beanbags

Comstor’s Cisco business manager, Edward Vincent says the deals are not to be missed.

“There are some industry-leading products, heavily discounted and available now to help our partners meet their customers’ ICT needs while at the same time giving them the chance to receive some great prizes,” Vincent says.

Both promotions expire at the end of July, so get in quick.

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