Spymac Offers Top Prices on Mac Accessories at New Online Store

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Top email service launches online store with lowest prices on computer accessories.

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Spymac Network, Inc. announced today the launch of their new online store featuring industry-shattering prices on its exclusive Spymac Mac products. For a limited time, shoppers can grab stylish gear at blow out prices.

“We are offering these incredible price reductions as a way of saying thank you to our membership – to show our appreciation for their support during the past three years,” says Kevin April, co-founder of Spymac. “As we approach our third anniversary in January, we’re looking forward to bringing in new products and services to further our commitment to our community.”

Spymac’s new online store features quality Mac products such as Spymac.Cases (available in three sizes) starting at $34.99; the Spymac.Pack (for transporting your notebook case) for $59.99; or one of the Spymac.Sets (featuring a combination of the coordinating case and pack) starting at $79.99.

Prices have been slashed on a variety of desktop accessories, including the popular Spymac.iPod stand and Spymac’s exclusive line of clothing, in appreciation of its growing membership, fast approaching one million online members worldwide.

All of their products have been exclusively designed for Spymac Network, Inc. and are made of the highest quality materials, stylishly emblazoned with the distinguishable Spymac logo. Shipping is available in the United States and Europe.

About Spymac Network, Inc.

Spymac Network, Inc., a New York City based corporation, has been providing e-mail packages since early 2002. In April 2004, the Company launched the Internet's first 1 Gigabyte e-mail service, Spymac Mail. The service sends and receives tens of millions of e-mails each month and is enjoyed by both Macintosh and Windows users. The company is also the proud creator of Spymac World, which, with more than 855,000 members, represents the largest online body of Macintosh users actively engaged in discussion, advocacy, and the advancement of a worldwide Internet community. According to Charles Bermant of The Seattle Times, Spymac's combination of services "could (be) the behavioral template of the future." For more information, visit the online store at http://www.spymac.com or call 1-866-5-SPYMAC.

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