Indian dual-SIM phones for the price conscious
Paisa Vasool! Affordable, yet feature-rich, dual-SIM hand phones for India

The price –sensitive Indian mobile phone market continues to inspire handset makers who are coming out with highly affordable models that nevertheless offer a slew of multi-SIM and audio features. Here are two of the latest handsets announced, which would meet the canny buyer’s criterion of paisa vasool or money’s worth. Fly Mobile, the mobile handset brand of the UK based Meridian Group,has launched its latest mobile handset Fly Harmony (DS 102), in the Indian market: a stylish low cost dual-SIM phone with powerful audio capabilities, that may challenge portable music players. at its low price of Rs 1449.

Key Features include
Mini Booom: solid speakers which generate really loud sound, with audio player and equalizer; expandable memory up to 2GB; 1000 mAh battery offering 7 hours of talk time and 150 hours of standby time; 100 contact phonebook with Caller ID; powerful torch; call blacklist – Block unwanted incoming calls; wireless FM – loud speaker, background play

Fly Mobile is one of the leading mobile phone brands and the pioneer in Dual-SIM phones in Europe. In India Fly Mobile is now available in over 17000 select mobile retail stores across 145 cities in India.  

INTEX IN 2044 GEM - the latest Dual SIM entry level phone from Intex, woos the masses with its user-friendly appeal and feature-rich portfolio.

A GSM + GSM model, it has expandable memory up to 4 GB. Audio output delivered through a multi format audio player; video player too; a big screen, measuring app 4.5 cm in length; FM radio, FM recording, torch light; 4.5 hours talk time; 320 hours of stand-by time. and a 500-numbers phone memory are its key features.

Intex IN 2044 GEM weighs 74 grams and costs Rs 1390.

Intex Technologies is a 14-year-old IT Hardware, Mobile Phones and Electronics Company, headquartered at New Delhi. It has been ranked 87, amongst the 200 fastest growing IT companies in India by Data Quest magazine.  October 3 2010