Guess who’s selling mobile phones?
Disposable phones (or I call it generic phones) are still very useful for Filipinos, especially to those who just want something for texting and calling.
I’m still a fan of it. In fact, I’m using a dual-sim phone from Samsung. Long battery life for non-stop texting and quality calls are the simple reason why I chose to have one. It’s very reliable especially when my smartphone died on me.
Many local brands have appeared in the Philippines that sell quality yet affordable generic phones. There’s MyPhone, Torque and Cherry Mobile, and recently the famous general merchandise, CDR King, has also started selling mobile phone and tablets. But what I didn’t expect is…
(Yeah! One of the popular direct-selling clothing lines in the Philippines.)
These are actually generic phones with camera, available at affordable prices when you buy Php1,000.00 worth of Natasha products.
These phones have the same features; they were just branded based on their colours. They have FM/MP3/MP4 player, mobile TV, VGA camera and memory that’s expandable to 8GB.
Price: Php1,100 (reg: Php1,660)
- NC1 (Black) & NC2 (Fuchsia)
They have FM/MP3/MP4 player, VGA camera and memory that’s expandable to 8GB.
Price: Php790 (reg: Php1,180)
I found these in their August 2013 brochure.