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iXpert: Apple retailer

iXpert: Apple retailer


Keeping modern and up-to-date with new technologies is definitely becoming a vital trend for young Cambodians today. This week, LIFT looks at a brilliant store to buy all kinds of Apple products that are suitably priced. And at iXpert, the staff is nothing short of genius.

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When you first walk into iXpert, you’re bombarded with iPhones, iPads, and tonnes of accompanying accessories. The shop is decorated exclusively with Apple products; even bare space on the walls is covered with Apple logo stickers.

According to the shop owner, iXpert only sells Apple products and provides services pertaining to Apple.

Chhay Hong, 27, is a senior marketing officer at iXpert. He said that “our shop sells all kind of Apple products imported from America, Canada and Australia” and that their accessories are sold cheaper than the market price.

“Also, it’s easy for customers to come here because we have a big parking lot that’s safe. Safety is a number one priority for our customers,” he said.

All guests who come into iXpert are warmly greeted by the receptionists. After taking just a quick look around the shop, I didn’t want to leave – between the allure of the shop design, all of the captivating Apple gadgets, and the friendly staff, who would?

If you’re considering purchasing an Apple product or have any doubts over your own Apple product, iXpert can help you.

iXpert is located at No. 126 Norodom Blvd, Tonle Bassac, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh. Alternatively, you can visit iXpert’s Facebook page.

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