Sun Cellular now offers Samsung gadgets

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Friday, February 15, 2013

FOLLOWING its groundbreaking release of the first-in-the-market Android tablet and smartphone bundle last year, Sun Cellular has recently announced the offering of Samsung gadgets under its renowned "SunDroid Rush" postpaid offering.

This new addition to the SunDroid Rush line features the gadget bundle of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 WiFi and a Samsung Galaxy Y smartphone under the Sun Plan 999 with unlimited mobile Internet and Sun texts and four hours of Sun calls.

"We're happy to welcome the year with this powerful and exciting addition to our line of bundled offerings, as Samsung has finally jumped in and joined us for the SunDroid Rush bandwagon," Ricky Peña, Sun Cellular's senior vice president for postpaid marketing, broadband, and new business.


"Now, we are looking at reaching out to even more gadget fans with the promise of a best-value carrier support not just for the leading gadget technology of Samsung, but also for the Android Operating System that we all love," he added.

Boasting notable connectivity features, including those for Internet sharing and WiFi service, Peña said that this SunDroid bundle has been designed to perfectly suit today's dynamic users of both 2G and 3G communication technologies.

"We have reached the most exciting times where one has got to have not just one but multiple or hardworking gadgets – for calling and texting, on-the-go Internet surfing and social networking," he explained. "This new Samsung SunDroid Rush bundle will aim to answer all these needs."

At the onset of the New Year, Sun executives have revealed that the network will continue reinventing its signature "unlimited" services with the introduction of more innovative bundles and value-for-money gadget offerings.

After completing its large-scale network expansion last year, Sun Cellular has also been said to be at its strongest stance yet to provisioning superior quality mobile services across the country.

Sun Cellular is a member of the PLDT Group.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on February 15, 2013.


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