Vodafone plans more services aimed at women

Thursday 12 April 2007 | 11:00 CET | News
In 2007, Vodafone plans to launch more service concepts aimed at women, including a Desperate Housewives games. According to research by Vodafone among women in the Netherlands and England, the design rather than technical factors is more important for women buying a mobile phone. Women are looking for a combination of fashion and classic elements in a handset, while women who work want a fashionable phone that is also suitable for use in a business environment. Around 55 percent of those surveyed want a phone that is round, light coloured and opens like a clamshell, while 18 percent want a

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vodafone
Countries: Western Europe
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