IsatPhone Lunch!

22nd June 2010, IsatPhone lunch first time in Nepal.

On the occassion of Lunching of Isat PhonePro, I4 Technologies offering attractive lunching discount for 2 weeks.

I4 technologies Private Limited officially launched a new satellite phone – Isat PhonePro – in the capital on Tuesday. I4 technologies has got the authority from the Nepal Telecom Authority to supply Inmarsat Satellite Service to Nepal. Launching the new Isat phone, chairman of the Nepal Telecom Authority B.R. Kandel said that the launching of the new Isat phone was the symbol of revolution in the telecommunication sector. He said that the telephone service would enable the people to communicate globally. Highlighting features of the new set that is charged with solar system, he said that customers will reap benefits even during loadshedding hours. “This technology will also be helpful in expanding telephone services to rural area where there is no electricity facility.” He said. He thanked the company for introducing the new satellite phone services to nepal. Prem Bahadur Shrestha, Technical Director of the I4 Technologies Pvt. Ltd. said that the consumers will stand to benefit from the new communication technology. He said that the new phone service will provide quality services to consumers living eve in the areas where the telecommunication infrastructure and the network are yet to be established. He said that the phone set will be in operation in high as well as lowlands. Satellite telephony, voicemail, long-life battery, solar charging system, among others, are the features of the new technology. The phone has been designed for professional users working in different sectors. The price of new phone is around $700. The company has announced a special discount for users for two weeks. (National Daily Paper "The Rising Nepal" on 24th June 2010 on the auspious occasion of lunching of Isat PhonePro)

 

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