Radio Rentals to close all stores

Radio Rentals to close all stores

All 62 Radio Rentals stores nationally will close tomorrow until further notice in light of Covid-19 restrictions.

Thorn Group (ASX: TGA), Radio Rentals' parent company, says its focus is on protecting the health, safety and welfare of customers, team members, and the greater public.

"The decision to close the stores is a result of government's moves to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus across Australia," says Thorn Group.

Radio Rentals' online store will continue to operate through the Covid-19 disruptions with the support of the company's back office customer service staff.

Shares in Thorn Group are down 11.54 per cent to $0.05 per share at 10:40am AEDT.

Updated at 11:01am AEDT on 2 April 2020.

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