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MyPAD tablet a success, here is myPAD2 - Starcomms

“The device has a wide screen of 10.1 inches and it is powered by a 2.3 Android operating system that gives the best of processing speed. It offers the user excellent visibility while using the tablet,” he said.

One of the leading operators of the Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) in Nigeria, Starcomms plc, has said its myPad tablet version 1 was a success.
MyPAD2 from Starcomms

This success, Starcomms said has hastened the launch of its myPAD-2 tablet into the Nigerian telecommunication market.

Chief executive officer, Starcomms, Mr. Logan Pather, said that the device is an upgrade of the first myPAD launched in 2010 by the company, which won for itself the IT product of the year award at the Beacon of ICT award in 2011.

Pather who made this known in Lagos described myPAD2 as a high-end tablet and a data device, innovatively crafted to support multiple functionalities that help the users maintain their high standard of living.

As said by him, myPAD-2 comes with an exquisite and attractive appearance that radiates the grandeur that the Starcomms brand is known for in the telecommunications industry in Nigeria.

He stressed that myPAD2 tablet would be bundled with a router and data offer, so as to generate customer interest and drive data sale.

Pather further said that the tablet would also be sold as a standalone device to customers who already possess Starcomms routers and want to avail themselves of the innovative device.

On the available bundle offers, Pather said the myPAD2 + Router + 6GB data offer would is offered at N69, 9999 while myPAD2 tablet only will be on offer for NGN47, 999.

The plan, he said, is available in all Starcomms coverage cities and sales will be made through all Starcomms sales channels.
“Renewals on the router will be based on existing renewal offers,” he said.

Remmy Nweke
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