Thursday, July 12, 2012

Uninor Launches Ek Bharat, Ek Rate Plan - Local and STD Calls at 25p

This monsoon it’s raining more than just heavy spells in Mumbai. Uninor is now giving Mumbaikars the chance to enjoy one of the best cheapest prepaid plan offers in the city with the launch of its Special Tariff Voucher – STV 49 ‘Ek Bharat, Ek Rate’ plan providing uniform tariff for local and STD calls at 25p/min.

"One India and one call rate is our effort to bridge the STD and local call gap and provide one flat rate to our customers. The initial mindset of the public was that STD calls are always more expensive than local and customers were judicious in making that call back home or planned it according to the time of day," said Upanga Dutta, circle business head, Mumbai, Uninor.

Philips Intros Dual-SIM W732 Droid with a Huge Battery

Philips has been keeping under the smartphone radar lately, but now it is back with a bang announcing the W732 Droid.

Apparently, the company has heard the prayers of Android fans and their requests for devices with better battery life and that's exactly what the W732 offers. The huge 2,400mAh battery inside is rated to give you 13 hours of continuous talk time or 10.5 hours of web browsing on a single charge.

LG Optimus 4X HD and L5 to be Launched in India Next Week

LG is preparing to launch its first quad core smartphone - Optimus 4X HD with 720p HD display in India.

LG will launch two new smartphones running Google Android mobile operating system in India next week. LG India is expected to launch the new Optimus L5 and Optimus 4X HD smartphones with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. The Optimus L5 is a mid-range device in the L series and it makes the welcome transition to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). It also features a 4-inch screen, advertized to offer “enhanced readability” which should hint to a decent resolution while Optimus 4X HD is a high end device with a 720p HD display. The company already offers Optimus L7 and L3 in India.