INQ on Aircel offers the best Facebook and Twitter experience as it is deeply integrated in your phone.
INQ CHAT 3G and INQ MINI 3G will be available in 55cities and will be sold from Aircel retail outlets. They will be available in one single color i.e. red with an option of having back-covers in vibrant colors as accessories.
The INQ CHAT 3G is priced at Rs.7599 and the INQ MINI 3G is priced at Rs.5399.INQ CHAT 3G is a fashion statement as it is extremely stylish and puts life into the colorful and eclectic phone home screen with easy to use widgets such as Cricinfo, Google search, Weather & Facebook. It integrates facebook friend list with your phone contacts.
Tweets and Facebook messages are in the phone’s inbox and scroll on the home screen offering a rich social networking experience. You can also directly upload pictures to facebook with the phone’s Camera. Apart from this you can use your G mail as push E mail on your INQ phone.
There are live cricket updates, latest scores and match schedules on Cricinfo on the home screen. In addition you can also sync all your music including iTunes to your phone, plug and play modem allowing surfing on a PC through your INQ. Aircel innovations such as the Aircel Pocket internet and My Aircel have also been integrated and included in the Switcher.
Mr. Gurdeep Singh, COO, Aircel, quoted, “ We at Aircel have consciously focused on VAS which is the future of telephony to be able to provide our consumers a rich and valuable experience and introduce to them a world of possibilities on their mobile. Today’s youth is charged, wants to multi-task and stay connected all the time with convenience. We are completely in sync with INQ’s philosophy and devices which are built with the internet at the core for a new generation with a different attitude to communication. That means a never before, rich and authentic Facebook, Twitter and Email experience along with Aircel Innovations.”
He further added, “Multi-tasking, Single inbox, Integrated contacts book are signature INQ features that demonstrate the real deal for Internet communications on a mobile device.”
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