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Mobile & Wireless

Sun Cellular launches Sim-only offer

Monday 10 September 2012 | 02:06 CET | News
Philippine mobile operator Sun Cellular has launched a Sim-only promotion and is offering the HTC Explorer with the Plan 450. The postpaid Sim-only offer, SIM-Only Plus 350, is priced at PHP 350 per month and comes with unlimited on-net calls and messages, 500 SMS messages to other networks, and 15 minutes of talk time to other networks. The offer is available until 31 October. Sun also launched the HTC Explorer with the Sun Plan 450. The plan comes with unlimited on-net calls and texts, 250 SMS messages to other networks, and PHP 100 of value which can be used for a number of services. The HTC Explorer runs on Android 2.3, features a 3.15-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a touchscreen. The operator also announced it has extended its special international text rate promo until 30 September. Under the promotion, Sun prepaid subscribers can send an SMS message to any destination for PHP 5 per message.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Sun Cellular
Countries: Philippines
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