Banbury mobile phone accessories firm Juice in deal with Tesco

A Banbury-based mobile phones accessories provider has agreed a new deal with a leading supermarket chain.
Jolyon Bennett, founder of Juice.Jolyon Bennett, founder of Juice.
Jolyon Bennett, founder of Juice.

Juice, located in Haslemere Way, has just secured a partnership deal with retail giant Tesco.

Under the deal, new and existing Tesco Mobile customers who buy a Nokia 2.2 handset, or take out a contract for this particular model until the end of December can receive a Juice Jumbo Marshmallow Speaker as a ‘gift with purchase’.

Juice’s recently launched 1,2,3,4,5 Power Bank range has also been introduce to the supermarket chain,

The announcement comes a few months after Juice, which began as Gusto Telecom Solutions nine years ago, agreed a working deal with Milton-Keynes-based Ingram Micro,
a distributor of computer and technology products.

Jolyon Bennett, founder and chief executive of Juice, which has 35 staff, said: “We hope that through our partnership with Tesco Mobile, our brand will gain more exposure and encourage our customers to explore the rest of our quirky and ever-expanding range.

Juice is already noted as the top seller of USB-C cables.


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