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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

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

Haverhill-based mendmyi.com 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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