Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Starcomms introduces Chatphones

Starcomms Plc has introduced a new state-of-the art mobile telephone handset into the Nigerian market to facilitate its chatphone offering in addition to dangling fabulous prizes to the customers.

Chief Commercial Officer of Starcomms, Mr. Tushar Maheshwari, said that ‘The Chatphone’, a new mobile device, comes with exciting features that makes phone usage pleasurable.

According to him, the Chatphone also known as Hisense C1110, allows users to link up with their contacts on popular social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Hi5, Skype, Yahoo messenger and other internet chat services with ease.

Maheshwari, said that for every purchase made, the buyer has the opportunity of winning one of the eight modern LCD television sets that Starcomms is offering, disclosing that the Hisense C1110 also comes with internet access and is available in every city where Starcomms has network coverage.

Additionally, he said that to enjoy the unmatched services that Starcomms would be offering through the new mobile phone, customers need to make a down payment of N9, 999.

He also stated that at the purchase of the phone, the customer will get 100 hours of 1Xdata bundle that comes with a 30 days validity period, adding that the offer will be available for all new purchases.

Explaining the rationale behind the introduction of the new phone, he said that in the era of convergence, every customer of Starcomms needs a phone that is conveniently designed to suit his voice and data communications needs stressing that it is a device everyone will find attractive.

Further, he said that the introduction of the new phone which is meant to meet the needs of the successful, upwardly mobile and sophisticated customers is based on customer feedback and the company’s passionate quest to provide the discerning consumers with top quality products and services.

He reiterated that some of the prizes to be won on purchase of the handset include eight new LCD television sets of up to 42 inches, through a draw that would be conducted in two months time.

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