The deal follows ranging agreement with John Lewis in August
Mobile tech company STK have announced a new retail partnership with online retailer Littlewoods.
STK Mobile devices will now be stocked on the Littlewoods database adding to the existing STK retail partnerships with Asda, Amazon, Dixons, JD Williams and John Lewis.
The Littlewoods online catalog will offer the Sync 5e (pictured)(£119.99) Hero X (£199.99) and the Littlewoods best seller Strom 2e Pluz (£64.99).
Earlier this year, STK released a statement declaring its partnership with John Lewis and Carphone Warehouse, while displaying a relatively speedy expansion.
Recently, STK announced its Token Generation Event (TGE) running from October 25 to November 3. The event is aimed to build on the Ethereum Blockchain event that enables users to transact with cryptocurrency.
Launched in 1993 in London as Santok Distribution, the company evolved into into its own brand as STK accessories thereby entering into the global market.
In 2011, STK launched its own smartphone, then moved on to creating its own software division. STK now retails products to more than 150 countries.