PHILIPPINE mobile phone maker Starmobile announced that it has expanded its Christmas offerings this 2017 to include two models that deliver a lot of value and excitement both at price points below P1,000.
The first is the UNO B510, dubbed the “traffic-buster.”
A dual-SIM feature phone equipped with analog TV, it is the perfect companion for those expecting to endure long rides in the bus or the UV express due to the traffic this holiday season. It will retail for P999 starting December.
Another dual-SIM feature phone, the slim and light UNO B309 is perfectly formed for easy gripping and operation with one hand. Designed with the Filipino commuter in mind, the UNO B309 will allow them to view urgent text messages and quickly respond to them while they are on the road. It will also be available starting December for P799.
Both the UNO B510 or UNO B309 come with cameras, clear definition screens, Bluetooth compatibility, BriteLite Torches, and PowerVault Battery that can last for up to 15 days on standby.
Purchases of the UNO B510 and UNO B309 until Dec. 31, 2017 can also allow customers to be part of the STAR-TAGAL promo, Starmobile’s biggest raffle ever.
Each box will come with a scratch card with a unique code that those interested can easily register via SMS. This automatically enlists them in the raffle, where they can have the chance to own a brand-new Toyota Wigo or Toyota Innova or take home P1 million in cash, tax-free! Find out more information about STAR-TAGAL through this YouTube link: https://youtu.be/hGRMCn4k5Ao
Learn more about Starmobile UNO B510 or UNO B309 by visiting Starmobile’s official website (www.starmobile.ph) or official Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/starmobilephones/)
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