Bucharest, the 29th of July 2021 –
Phonetastic GSM, a Romanian company active on the European mobile phones and accessories market, becomes, starting with July, the authorized distributor of the IoT (Internet of Things) devices from realme, for Romania and Moldova.
“In a constantly evolving market, we come up with a reliable alternative, which brings the latest technology at affordable prices, through accessories such as Bluetooth headphones: buds and in-ear, smartwatches, smart light bulbs, smart scales, and smart cameras 360 °. In the future, we intend to expand the range. The products will be delivered directly from our warehouse, within 24 working hours from ordering, and for those who need assistance, we offer both financial solutions and marketing support”, said Stefan Radoi, Director of Procurement Romania, Phonetastic GSM.
Phonetastic GSM is in continuous portfolio diversification, and the negotiations with realme to include their IoT range in the company’s offer for the market of the two countries represented the natural step for 2021. realme thus joins the 34 brands sold by Phonetastic GSM.
In the 11 years of activity, with a turnover of 51.5 million euros for 2020, Phonetastic GSM has become one of the most important distributors of telecommunications and IT&C products in Romania, with an active presence in 37 countries and 120 suppliers.
With a presence in 61 countries and a global user base of 70 million, realme is a brand of Meet BBK, the world’s largest phone maker.
TechLife’s realme division, specialized in AIoT (Artificial Internet of Things) equipments, recently announced the creation of its own sub-brand, “D”. Through this, it aims to help innovation in the smart home area and launch over 100 new AIoT and lifestyle products in 2021, such as audio accessories, smart TVs, smart plugs, smart light bulbs, trimmers, etc.
About Phonetastic GSM
The company’s offer includes, from stock, over 500 unique products, from smartphones, tablets, laptops, to smart gadgets for smart homes, from Apple, Amazfit, Amazon, Google, Huawei, Samsung, Xiaomi, and now, realme – the IoT devices.
Both Romania and Europe markets include redistributors and major players in classic or online retail, electro-IT, telecommunications, and insurance companies.