teleshop


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tel·e·shop

 (tĕl′ĭ-shŏp′)
intr.v. tel·e·shopped, tel·e·shop·ping, tel·e·shops
To buy consumer products over the Internet or by way of television using a telephone connection or an interactive cable.


tel′e·shop′per n.

teleshop

(ˈtɛlɪˌʃɒp)
vb (intr)
1. (Telecommunications) to buy goods by telephone or via the internet
2. (Commerce) to buy goods by telephone or via the internet
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A QVC-style teleshop and dummies were set up in a Digbeth High Street store to show how easily weapons can be bought.
Angus, who fronts the BBC's Cash In The Attic, is seen with a female assistant on a fictional TV channel called Teleshop.
Teleshopping ventures currently on line include Prestel, originated by Littlewoods and Kays, Asda Teleshop and Keyline Shopping Ltd.
The two-minute ad, in which a young boy is seen firing an AK47 while watched by 'teleshop' presenters, was the brainchild of Adil Abar, from Hall Green.
It followed Budgens' acquisition of Teleshop for pounds 400,000.
It is picked up by Cheshire-based Teleshop, and a few days later the goods are delivered.
Supermarket chain Budgens took its first step into the home shopping market by buying up one of the UK's specialist grocery delivery businesses, Teleshop Services.
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The service can be ordered in Belgium from the Duet call center or at Teleshops or Telebusiness outlets.