Reconditioning firm expands;Bytes

11th June 1999 at 01:00
Qcom Technologies, the Nottinghamshire-based company behind the Primary Colours scheme that provides recycled computers to primary schools, plans to go nationwide. Qcom buys old computers from government offices, businesses and financial companies, then strips, cleans and debugs them before selling them to schools. The reconditioned machines come with Windows 95 or 98, CD-Rom drives and are painted in a variety of bright colours. They are sold in packs of four for pound;1,500, including training, helpline and a one-year warranty. Details from Ian Howell at Qcom on 0115 9899760.

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