Spice brings spicy range of phone sets

Kathmandu, July 11:

Spice Mobile Phones has entered the market with its latest range of stylish handsets designed for every class of customers.

The ‘Dual Spice D-88n’ model has even won the Golden Peacock Innovative Product/Service Award 2007 in India which stands for the proof of its quality assurance, states a release.

Following its name, the Dual Spice D-88n has its dual nature by allowing both GSM and CDMA networks to function in the same set, the other features notwithstanding.

The ‘FM Spice S-525’ and ‘Monospice S-415’ are the other price-friendly sets with their looks and attractive functions.

Most of all, these sets allow singtones, even Nepali ones, which differentiate them from other mobile sets available in the market.

Spice also has S-570 and S-650 which have MP3 players with FM ready-to-launch sets. These sets are available in the market at prices ranging from Rs 2,000 to Rs 15,000.

Spice Mobile Phones is coming out with a unique addition of providing Nepali singtones in its sets to cater to the local market, states the release.

Customers can make their choice of sets with their favourite Nepali songs already inbuilt in the sets.

From the prevailing Dual Spice D88n, providing GSM and CDMA service in the same set, to the upcoming D90 that allows two GSM simcards to function simultaneously Spice mobile has a variety of its products that suit all segments of market without any compromise in quality and convenience.

Recently, the domestic market has been flooded by the onset of various brands of mobile phone sets including Nokia, Sony Ericsson and the latest entrant Spice mobile sets. The price of these sets ranges from Rs 1,500 to Rs 50,000 and above.