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Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Starcomms explains unveiling of BBW dual

Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), Starcomms, has explained the recent unveiling of its Best of Both Worlds (BBW) dual subscriber identification module (SIM)-based mobile phones into the market.

This, the Chief Commercial Officer of Starcomms, Mr. Tushar Maheshwari, said, would undoubtedly free its customers who own GSM lines from the stress of carrying more than one handset always.

He said that BBW cell phone is a product of state-of-the-art technology that facilitates Starcomms customers to combine elegance with multi-functionality.

Describing it as an ideal for aspiring customers who love to combine the clear signals and value of Starcomms with a GSM network without the encumbrance of moving around with multiple devices, he said that it is a device made available by Starcomms to make life easy for the customers.

“That is why we break technological barriers to get them products and services that meet their needs,” he declared.

He also said that BBW is comfortable and affordable as well as built to make it possible for Starcomms’ customers to enjoy the value of cost effective local and international rates associated with the use of the Starcomms network whilst at the same time giving the customer the convenience of carrying a spare GSM line in the same phone.

Further, he listed some of outstanding features that make the phone irresistible to own to include the international roaming possibility, the long lasting life of the battery as well as the FM radio cum speaker designed to entertain the customer.

Maheshwari also disclosed that the dual SIM phone is an effort by Starcomms to make better quality and feature rich phones available to its CDMA customers.

Recalling that over the years, the company has invested millions in new technologies and innovations towards improving the quality of its products and services with the ultimate aim of building a solid network for voice and data to cater for all categories of its customers.

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