Virgin Mobile relies on RTF for Smartphone and Tablet Display Security
Apple iPhone 4S
In Canada the quickly recognizable brand, Virgin Mobile is owned by the telecom giant Bell. RTF and Bell's history dates back to 1997 when RTF designed an innovative loss prevention system for Bell.
At that time store anti-theft systems where big, bulking and employed zip ties to lock the sensor down on the cell phone. RTF's introduction in to the shoplifting prevention industry started with a small and appealing recoiler and a flexible sensor that detached from the retractable tether and was the first of its kind.
This patented technology set the standard for the retail display security industry, and to this day was the first company to incorporate a detachable sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Tablet
RTF's growth has been strong since the Alarm Charge system in 2008 and now works with some of the most prestigious wireless carriers worldwide providing secure displays, charge, alarm and digital media via its LiftTouch technology.
RTF's sales doubled in 2011 and sets its sights on being #1 by 2014.
Its success is attributed to delivering what global customers demand, which is a mechanical and electronic alarm system that at any time can be locked virtually eliminating shop loss.
Currently RTF supplies its patent pending Alarm Charge system to secure, attractively display and power the Apple iPhone 4 S and the Samsung Galaxy Tablet at Virgin Mobile all across Canada.