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O2 introduces new PDA phone for Rs 45, 888

05-May-2005
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O2 introduces new PDA phone for Rs 45, 888

Following the recent success of the Xda IIs and the Xda II mini, O2, the premier mobile data devices and services provider, has added another model to its line-up of premium PDA-phones in India. The sleek O2 Xda IIi, is ideally suited for busy professionals who need speed and seamless connectivity.

"Customers will always demand innovation and we need to listen to them to deliver what they want, leveraging the best technology available and packaging it in the sleekest design," said Mark Billington, Chief Executive Officer of O2 Asia.

"Because of the popularity of the Xda II, which sold more than 100,000 units in less than a year, we wanted to give our customers more of what they want," he added.

Priced Rs 45, 888, the new PDA phone is different from the other O2 PDA phones, as it does not stint on multimedia features. Equipped with Intel XScale PXA 272 520MHz processor, a 1.3 mega pixel camera, built-in Wireless LAN, the new phone offers a full suite business productivity tools and applications like Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word and Internet Explorer.

Commenting on the market share Billington said, "We recognise that the cellular subscriber base in India is growing, and in line with the new business environment, we hope to capture a larger market share in India with the O2 Xda Iii."

Expected to be available early May through creative-e-biz.com Limited outlets in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and other major cities, the O2 Xda Iii comes with a one-year warranty.

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