The youth, the professionals, the businessmen, all have been made target by the mobile companies to fulfill their demands and requirements by rendering them the best of handsets with the best of technology used further giving them features easy to use.
The isolated rural population has been made the target by offering them the cheapest mobile phone in the world. The leading telecom player, Vodafone has come up with a new handset called Vodafone VF 150 to be priced at Rs. 799 in the Indian market.
The handset is aimed to cater the rural population. The company uncovers that it will offer a wide logistics infrastructure where mobile penetration is presently at an all-time low. Vodafone has managed to keep the price low by employing a custom-built feature set and packaging design. The company claims that no compromise has been made with reference to the quality, safety or user experience.
With the introduction of VF 150, many more people will become part of the connected world, says Kumar Ramanathan, Chief Marketing Officer, Vodafone Essar. “We will continue to facilitate consumer empowerment through such initiatives,” he added.
VF 150 mobile is offered in a black hue and boasts a 1.0 inch 96 x 64 resolution B&W display. It weighs 70g and measurs 104 x 46 x 15 mm. The handset provides SMS, MediaTek Neptune, GSM 900/1800, speakerphone and 5-way navigation key. Users can also espy a mini USB connector for power charging and rechargeable 500 mAh Li-Polymer battery. Other than these, the handset also offers a torch.
One of the cheapest mobile phone at INR 799, the handset comes supported with a one year handset replacement warranty.