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Next Byte manager David Burkett and co-worker Jody Payne are excited about the store opening today in Stockland Rockhampton.
Next Byte manager David Burkett and co-worker Jody Payne are excited about the store opening today in Stockland Rockhampton. Allan Reinikka Rokabyte

NEXT Byte will take a bite out of local Apple product sales when it opens in Stockland Rockhampton today.

It will be the only Apple Premium Re-seller in Rockhampton, offering the complete Apple product range, plus accessories, bags, software and more.

Manager David Burkett said he was excited about the opening after making a permanent move from Townsville to Rockhampton to open the shop.

He and his team of eight people, called Apple Product Professionals, are gearing up for the rush today.

The shop will have a range of giveaways available.

Next Byte's Scott Philipson said customers who connected their iPad to the Telstra Next G Network at Next Byte, which is also a Telstra dealer, would receive a $50 iTunes voucher.

Next Byte offers over 20 specialised in-home and in-store services for all tech problems great or small including iPhone screen repair.

iConcierge Academy, group training courses to help you get more out of your Apple device, will also be available in store.

"We're very excited to open our new store in Rockhampton," said Jim Collier, the general manager of Next Byte.

"Our team provides outstanding service for both home and business users and offers Rockhampton residents a great place to learn about and experience Apple products," Mr Collier said.

Additional information about Next Byte's retail stores is available at nextbyte.com.au.

Our team provides outstanding service for both home and business users

Topics:  apple business customers rockhampton



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