Target gets into broadband

Target Components and 3G network provider 3 have put their signatures to a distribution agreement that will see Target offering 3 mobile broadband starter kits alongside its wireless router and laptop offerings.

Target Components and 3G network provider 3 have put their signatures to a distribution agreement that will see Target offering 3 mobile broadband starter kits alongside its wireless router and laptop offerings.

The kits will consist of USB dongles preloaded with around 120 hours worth of 3 mobile broadband credit, which can be topped up by end-users as needed.

Like many distributors Target claims to have seen massive growth in laptop and netbook sales in recent months and believes the addition of broadband products to its portfolio reflects growing demand from resellers.

“Part of my objective is to deliver what our resellers need to stay competitive. This agreement yet again cements the confidence of vendors and is just one of a number we have been recently negotiating with,” said Target sales director Adrian Macklin.

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