Surrey B2B dealer Quore has struck a data deal with Vodafone service provider Yes Telecom.
The deal sees Quore’s ultra mobile PC product, Wibrain, available free on a £30 a month Vodafone data plan, complete with dongle and 3GB of data.
Quore has also developed its accessories range, qLondon, beyond its 3D eyewear, 1,000 of which so far have sold.
The product is already available through electronics distributor CPC and its catalogue Boystuff, and online retailers Super GPS, Planet Earth Logistics, Genie Gadgets, Savapoint and Grabit Now, as well as several trade customers in Europe, the USA and Dubai.
Quore is also looking to package the glasses with film content in Q3, and take it, along with the Wibrain to mobile networks, distributors and retailers.
Released this month was qLondon’s own noise cancellation Bluetooth headset and has been sold to Quore’s existing mobile customers.
To be released next month are qLondon-branded Nintendo Wii accessories. For £40.99 customers receive a box of 12 accessories compatible with Wii games, including a Wii tennis racket and baseball bat.
Quore managing director Ronnie Nag (pictured) said: “We’re a B2B dealer, looking at diversifying and growing other parts of the business. We are always looking to add new products.”
The company is set to undergo a restructure later this year, with both the Quore and qLondon arms to be brought together under a group structure.
It is also looking to acquire a small dealership, in either fixed or mobile.