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Vodafone 150 and 250 mobiles at lowest price for VAS in developing nations

Vodafone 150 and 250 Price in India

Vodafone 150 and 250 mobiles available at lowest price are suitable for value added services (VAS) like banking services and health services in developing nations. Recently launched Vodafone cheapest handsets ate World Mobile Congress (WMC) will help to deliver these VAS to first time users and low income profile customers. Vodafone is already these VAS to its existing more than 10 million customers in developed countries.


Vodafone 150 and 250 mobiles are claimed to be lowest price mobiles. However they are not at much lower price over existing mobiles with similar specifications. Mobiles at a price of $20 are easily available in many African countries like Kenya. The disaapointing factor of such mobiles is that they do not perform satisfactorily on daily used functionality like SMS, MMS etc.


Vodafone 150 and 250 mobiles will be launched in 10 countries i.e. 2 in Asia and 8 in Africa. The targeted Asian countries are India and Turkey. New Vodafone mobiles have specifications for mobile and health services are yet to grow in developing countries like India. Hence new Vodafone cane be termed as little ahead of time. Countries like Kenya has good potential for Vodafone as significant no. of people are using mobile banking.


In newly launched Vodafone mobile, model 150 is lower end model available for USD 15 and Vodafone handset 250 is available at price USD 20. vodafone 250 is also equipped with FM Radio making it more usable. Both the Vaodafone models have in built support for making mobile banking. Other basic features available on these mobiles are SMS and MMS.

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good news for those who are looking for a cheap mobile hand set .It will cover a wide market because in India people need to be connected and they are not in position to pay more and more.The mobile connectivity in India has been spread only deu to cheaper phones.
Posted by Girdharlalsingh