December 2, 2016

Deutche Telekom to redistribute Yepzon One GPS

The Yepzon One GPS tracking device doesn't have any buttons and can follow movement which makes it suitable for tracking animals.
The Yepzon One GPS tracking device doesn't have any buttons and can follow movement which makes it suitable for tracking animals.
Yepzon

The German telecommunication giant, Deutche Telekom, will start to sell the Yepzon One GPS tracking device in its stores starting from Northern Germany.

The Yepzon One is a reliable tracking device that can be attached to, for example, small children, pets or valuables and can go weeks without being charged. It doesn’t have any buttons, which makes it very easy to use and it can be located with an mobile app.

Yepzon and Deutche Telekom started their collaboration at the EuroTier animal production trade fair held in Hannover between 15–18 October.

“Customers at Eurotier showed great interest in Yepzon One,” says Torben Osmers, key account manager of the North German Telekom stores. “The product is very easy to use and doesn’t require the user to give up any personal information or create a user profile. We believe strongly that Yepzon One will be an important part of our selection.”

The collaboration with Deutche Telekom offers Yepzon an opportunity to grow its operations in Central Europe and elsewhere.

“Thousands of Yepzon One trackers are sold in Finland every year, so the possibilities in Germany are easily in the tens of thousands, which is only the start,” says Olli Mustonen, key account director at Yepzon.

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