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boxclever is a British electronic and domestic appliance rental chain that was first launched in 2000 by the merger of Radio Rentals and Granada Rentals. The company originally operated through high street stores, but later moved to an online only service. The company was sold to WestLB, who later sold boxclever to Weight Partners.
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