Why Kogan Isn’t Selling Televisions In New Zealand Yet

Online retailer Kogan has launched its official New Zealand store, selling both its own badged Agora products and grey imports of phones, cameras and other consumer electronics. But there’s one interesting omission on its Kiwi site: televisions.

That’s an odd exclusion, given that the very first product Ruslan Kogan sold in Australia eight years ago (back when Kogan was an eBay store) was TV sets from China. A spokesperson told us that the different TV tuning system in New Zealand is the reason for the gap, and that the site will offer televisions “soon”. The range on the site will expand throughout 2014.

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