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Munster Tech Centre expands customer support due to Covid disruption

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Munster Technology Centre Ennis is celebrating almost ten years of business in the Clare capital and continues to dominate the tech retail industry within the county.

The O’Connell Street establishment has seen a significant increase to its website ( due to current circumstances. You can now go online and get the same excellent shopping experience as in-store, where Munster Tech has developed a reputation for stress-free and customer focused service.

Munster Tech is renowned for the ease of transferring contacts, photos, apps etc from old to new phones and relishes taking the stress out of upgrading and repairs.

Munster Technology Centre specialises in sim free phones, tablets, phone accessories, device repair and phone unlocking. An impetus is put on decorating the store with the latest phones from retail giants within the phone industry. The MCT experience is grounded in flexibility, with each and every phone sold sim free, allowing for personal preferences to take precedence in terms of network selection and pricing plans. The people of Clare will also be familiar with the stores twelve months warranty system on all products.

Customer feedback is at the heart of Munster Technology’s business model, in which the company affirms that, “We have cultivated a reputation for excellent customer service and prices, receiving a phenomenal amount of 5 star reviews across multiple online user-generated social reviews since 2012. The domain expertise of staff members has repeatedly been cited, while the repair turnaround time for submitted repairs is unprecedented.”

An avid reader from a young age, Cian’s love of the archives has been shared by Clare Echo readers who enjoy his Reeling in The Years section. Charles Dickens, Terry Pratchett and Michael Crichton were his favourites writers in his younger years while he was always a fan of studying the opinion columns in The Irish Independent. A past pupil of Lissycasey National School and St Flannan’s College, he is currently completing his final year studies at the University of Limerick in New Media and English. From September, he will be commencing a Masters Degree in Journalism at UL.

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