Wednesday, February 11, 2009

... As Anabel wins lovers heart

As the clock ticks on the 2009 Valentine Day due to take place in the next 48 hours, Anabel’s smart phones have won the hearts of lovers, especially ladies in a survey conducted recently in Lagos.

Chief executive, Anabel Mobile, Mr. Nicholas Okoye, said that the survey which took place a fortnight ago at the PC Outlet, Palms, Computer Village and Saka Tinubu, all in Lagos, indicated that Nigerians especially ladies asked what they would prefer to have as a Val’s gift with over 89.7 per cent voting for Anabel mobile phones.

This result came against 10 per cent who chose cars and other gifts.
Most of those who preferred Anabel smart phones attributed it to the stylish, fashion and because it is truly Nigerian.

Okoye said that Anabel’s smartphone have indeed created a ground-breaking record by winning Nigerians heart in its first debut into the market place, as people rush to the PC Outlet, Palms, Computer Village and Saka Tinubu Lagos, to buy the phone which the company is offering at discount sales.

For him, these Smart phones are not only classy, “it is also stylish and user friendly.”

These devices, Okoye said, run with the latest Microsoft 6.0 and 6.1 Operating System (OS), which make it compatible with any personal computer anywhere in the world.

“With these devices you can access the internet easily, send e-mails and can even work on files in your office from anywhere. These mobile devices are very strong, rugged, and built with scratch-proof casing,” he said.

Built with Nigerians at heart, Okoye pointed out that it has not only embraced the local culture, “But also showcases it to the rest of the world, it is embedded with our coat-of-arms, national flag and even have original songs of Nigerian artistes as ring tones,” he said.

The new professional series of Smart phones come in PS100 and PS200, have since been available in the nation’s market.

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