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Mark Peters : February 25th 2010 - 12:00 CET
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VodafoneNew Vodafone budget cell phones : With the little imaginative name 250, Vodafone introduces a new low budget phone. The new Vodafone cell phone is a real price-buster, and that seems justified in terms of the price/quality ratio, so that a relatively large market segment is still available to it. According to a Vodafone representative, one can think of a sales market such as India, but also African countries such as Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, etc. Vodafone’s mission is to allow everyone to enjoy the eases and often lifesavers of communication possibilities. With the Vodafone 250 cell phone, most elementary communication services can be executed.

Vodafone budget phones

Vodafone budget phones
And it’s not just calling and sending/receiving of text messages, but also mobile payments can be made. The Vodafone 250 phone has a color screen in a small format, that has to be said. We have, of course, been very spoiled in the past few years with all kinds of high-end specifications and tend to forget their effective usage, and don't actually use them optimally. The price of and the availability of a cell phone could very well be the simple ingredients to a worldwide sales hit.

Vodafone cell phones

Vodafone cell phones
The Vodafone 250 is a phone with a built-in FM-radio and is delivered in two different colors; black or grey/blue. The menu’s navigation is controlled by a multi-control button. It takes a little practice, especially on a 1.45-inch screen, but one can get used to anything. Standard functions such as a calculator, alarm, exchange rate converter App, and even a couple of games complete the Vodafone 250 phone. The new Vodafone cell phone is delivered including a battery that is good for about 400 hours of stand-by and 5 hours of talk-time.

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Vodafone 150 cell phone
Beside the Vodafone 250, also the Vodafone 150 handset has been announced at the MWC 2010. The Vodafone 150 cell phone lacks an FM-radio, but further features the same functionalities as the Vodafone 250. The Vodafone 150 budget cell phone has a smaller black/green LCD screen and is available at an even lower price quote.
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