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Haverhill: Stephen Fry tweet boosts iphone specialist mendmyi

18:43 27 June 2012

Riki Baker of mendmyi with Stephen Fry and his customised iphone

Riki Baker of mendmyi with Stephen Fry and his customised iphone


PROLIFIC Twitter user Stephen Fry has delivered an online boost for a west Suffolk company by tweeting in praise of its service.

Haverhill-based was launched by Riki Baker last October, offering a repair and customisation service for iphone, ipod and ipad devices.

Traffic to its website increased markedly after Stephen Fry, who has 4.5million Twitter followers, gave it a mention for customising his phone to reflect his support for Norwich City FC.

He tweeted: “Should have pointed out that it was the miraculous @mendmyi who did the work on Canaryising my phone .... Thanks”.

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