Philippine Broadband Company to Launch Own Line of Dual SIM Phones
This is probably GameOPS' first exclusive scoop from one of the top companies in the Philippines in 7 years... Anyway, our old school friend Detective OPS has sniffed out some juicy information from one of the first broadband companies in the Philippines. They are apparently gonna launch 3 mobile phones this month for their subscribers and employees.
The phones are branded as myPhone. Features include a touch screen and simultaneous dual SIM capability wherein you could use two of your SIM cards at the same time. No more switching on which SIM to activate.
If you ever saw one of those mobile phones made in China that has a stylus and dual SIM function, then that's basically 2 of the phones this company would release. Just a bit different on the physical appearance but the OS is the same. SRP of the two mobile phones is from P6,000 to P9,000.
The last model is a bit different and pricey though. It looks like an XDA and is powered by a Windows Mobile OS. It's priced at P18,000 each. I'll try to get my hands on these units in a few days to give more info on these phones.
Philippine Broadband Company to Launch Own Line of Dual SIM Phones Reviewed by Jepoy on 8/02/2007 06:06:00 PM Rating: