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Australian-listed technology firm MGM Wireless has signed a preferred supplier agreement for its Spacetalk children’s all-in-one smartphone, watch and GPS wearable device with 120 Leading Edge Computers independent businesses and retailers across Australia.

MGM (ASX:MWR) says the agreement follows positive Spacetalk sell-through results from an initial group of 12 Leading Edge Computers’ stores which commenced stocking Spacetalk in July 2018.

Primarily in regional areas, the Leading Edge Computers shops are spread across Australia in NSW, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania.

All Leading Edge Computers stores are specialist IT and computer resellers.

MGM has announced an opening promotion, with participating Leading Edge Computers stores provided with in-store merchandising display stands and promotional materials to showcase and demonstrate Spacetalk.

In April, MGM Wireless launched a new family wearables division with the signing of two Telstra Shops franchises to retail Spacetalk.

MGM said the bricks and mortar rollout followed strong and growing online sales from its allmytribe IoT website, with sales for March reaching 82% of the pre-Christmas sales levels achieved in December 2017.


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