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Dual Sim for a Balanced Life

Dual Sim for a Balanced Life

LG and 2degrees release their first active dual SIM handset

Just in time for Christmas LG Mobile is set to release its first active-active dual SIM handset, the C310, available exclusively through 2degrees stores, dealers and resellers.

Perfect for combining the many different facets of modern life, with LG’s C310 users can separate work from play or take advantage of different network’s plan benefits.

LG Mobile New Zealand Business Manager, Adam Gordon is excited to be launching
a handset that gives users choice and power to define the way the link to multiple accounts.

“C310’s simultaneous dual SIM capability allows the user to have both SIMs actively in use, enabling them to receive calls and texts on either number at any one time.

“The C310’s active dual SIM gives New Zealand consumers the power of choice with mobile providers. The user can choose which SIM texts are sent from and which SIM calls go out from. By linking mobile data usage to the network with the best plan, the user can take advantage of different networks pricing plans across calls, texts and data without having to carry two phones,” says Gordon.

For international travellers the C310’s dual active dual SIM means one handset can be used for home and travelling, with two different billing accounts, making communicating abroad a breeze. And business customers could have one SIM that is paid for by the business and one for personal use.

The C310’s dual SIM capabilities allow the user the choice of being connected to both at once, or to deactivate one SIM and detach from work or play when it suits them, with the simple push of a button.

With an internal memory of 200MB and external of up to 2GB, the C310 also holds the ability to sync to the users PC.

LG’s C310 is available in stylish back with red trim, or White with Orange trim
It also features a large 2.4” colour screen and robust QWERTY keyboard for messaging power users.

The LG C310 is available exclusively from 2degrees from early December with a RRP $199.00.

For more information on handsets and 2Degrees dealer locations visit www.lge.co.nz and www.2degreesmobile.co.nz

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