iStore has announced a partnership with Media24 Digital Magazines, which will give iStore customers a 3 month free subscriptions to selected Media24 digital magazines when purchasing an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
‚”We are constantly looking for innovative ways to ensure our customers get the most out of their Apple products‚”, says Rutger-Jan van Spaandonk, iStore Director. ‚”Apple products like the iPad are ideal for reading digital magazines, and giving our customers free access to South African content, adds to their product experience.‚”
When iStore customers purchase an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, they will be given the choice between two magazine vouchers, The Bundle or Kaboedel. The Bundle consists of 19 English titles and is valued at over R700 per month, giving a total value of R2 100 during the 3-month period. Kaboedel consists of 16 Afrikaans titles and is valued at over R615 per month, giving a total value of R1 845 during the 3-month period.
The vouchers are redeemable through the www.thebundle.co.za and www.kaboedel.co.za websites and once activated, the selected magazines can be read using the My Subs+ app. Customers can continue reading their best-loved magazines once the 3 month free subscription period is over, by renewing the subscription to their favourite titles.
‚”We encourage customers to purchase an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch from iStore and take advantage of this exclusive digital magazine offering. We will continue to ensure that there are ongoing value adding partnerships, which enhance the iStore offering,‚” says Van Spaandonk.
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