Cellomat raises $2.25m

Smartphone servicing company Cellomat has raised $2.25 million from Israeli mobile data technology company Cellebrite. Cellomat has developed an automatic 24/7 servicing, repair and purchasing system for smartphones.

Cellebrite led the investment in the company which has developed a 24/7 servicing, repair and purchasing system for smartphones.

Smartphone servicing company Cellomat has raised $2.25 million from Israeli mobile data technology company Cellebrite.
Cellomat has developed an automatic 24/7 servicing, repair and purchasing system for smartphones. The company’s system can contain hundreds of smartphones and be placed inside or outside of stores, making service swifter and more convenient.

Cellomat chairman Meir Rabinovitch said, “The two companies have joined forces to fulfil a mission of improving mobile phone service capability stressing availability and mobility in service solutions for the end-user.”

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news – www.globes-online.com – on January 26, 2015

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