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AV Concept Holdings Limited Appoints Telecom Services One to be the Sole Fulfillment Distributor of Game Cards



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Hong Kong, Mar 13, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - AV Concept Holdings Limited (namely "AV Concept" or the "Group"; Stock code:595) enters into an agreement with Telecom Service One Limited (namely "TSO"; a wholly owned subsidiary of Telecom Service One Holdings Limited; stock code: 8145) in developing an "Online to Offline Promotion Partner" (the "O2O Promotion Partner") to which AV Concept will leverage on Free4u platform to launch O2O promotion for the smartphone accessories of TSO; and TSO will be appointed as the sole fulfillment distributor for selling and promoting game cards in their customer services centers and as a strategic partner in promoting the games launched by Koocell and Me2on to their customers.

The development of the O2O sales platform will provide more solid customer base for Free4u. The Group aims to boost the growth of smartphone apps and games developed by Koocell and Korean mobile games operator, Me2on by leveraging on the vast client resources of Telecom Services One.

Smartphone game players can simply buy game prepaid cards from TSO's customer service centres by cash or other payment methods. TSO will try their best endeavor to sell and promote the prepaid cards to their customers for buying Koocell's and Me2on's smartphone games and other virtual goods for applying in the Three Kingdoms-themed puzzle RPG game "Tale Of Three Kingdoms" and large scale Fulpot Poker game, and so on.

TSO has a large scale central repair and refurbishment centre and some services centres in different parts of Hong Kong which mainly serve as a service provider to provide repair and refurbishment services for the products and to the customers of their corporate clients comprising manufacturers of mobile phones and personal electronic products, telecommunication service providers and global services companies.

Mr. Billy So, Chief Executive Officer of AV Concept, said, "We are glad to cooperate with TSO in developing this O2O Promotion Partner relationship to promote different products and services for the Group in order to diversify our business. Leveraging on TSO's retail and customer services network will provide advantage to Koocell in strengthening the foundation of smartphone game development and promoting the application of game cards to more different mobile games."

About AV Concept Holdings Limited (Stock Code: 595)
AV Concept Holdings Limited is a dynamic and fast growing electronics group listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The Group's businesses include marketing and distribution of electronic components; design and development as well as sale of electronic products. Its wholly-owned subsidiary - AV Concept Limited - is one of Asia's leading electronic component distributors for Samsung Electronics. It is also a "One-stop Service Provider" with strong ability and intelligence in sourcing all kinds of application software designs and electronic components that match customer needs. Headquartered in Hong Kong with major sales offices in Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia and India, AV Concept Limited boasts a comprehensive distribution network and strong sales expertise in China and the South East Asia region. The Group has globally launched its new line of premium headphone brand - SOUL in January 2011. The new product line is now available in Greater China, South Korea, Japan, Southeast Asia, Australia, U.A.E., North America, the European Union and South Africa.

Visit AV Concept at www.avconcept.com

About Koocell
Koocell Limited, an innovative mobile gaming company that mobile games publishing platform, dedicated to developing popular mobile applications and mobile games, and to provide the best experience for our users. Currently, they have launched apps namely, "Free4U". Koocell have a fast-growing mobile user base in Chinese speaking countries on platforms like Facebook, QZone, iPhone, Android, etc. With the mission of bringing joy and happiness to users, Koocell are actively growing in many horizons.

Visit Koocell at www.koocell.com

About Telecom Service One Holdings Limited (Stock code: 8145)
Telecom Service One, a listed company in the GEM Board of Hong Kong Stock Exchange, is a well-established mobile phones repair service provider in Hong Kong, with an operating history since 1999. The Group is principally engaged in providing repair and refurbishment services for mobile phones and other personal electronic products as well as sale of related accessories. We have been appointed by corporate customers comprising manufacturers of mobile phones and personal electronic products, telecommunication service providers and global services companies as their service provider to provide repair and refurbishment services for their products and to their customers. The Group's repair and refurbishment services primarily cover mobile phones, pagers, two-way mobile data communication devices, personal computers, tablet computers, portable media players, video game consoles and handheld game consoles. Our business objective is to boost the growth by enhancing the scope of the Group's repair and refurbishment services, strengthening the product knowledge and technical capability and expanding the scale of accessories business.

Visit Telecom Service One at www.tso.cc

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