Byond Tech Introduces Q99

Byond Tech Introduces Q99Byond Tech, one of the largest domestic players in the affordable handsets range, puts a new smart phone on the block, the Byond Q99.

The Q 99 is loaded with features that are bound to give youth and executives a power packed Dual-Sim phone with a handful of communication applications which are all set to get your world closer.

Q99 is not only about communication but it also has wonderful multimedia capabilities, this little monster can play MP3, MP4 and various other file formats and also has an option to record your favorite tunes playing on the Radio Station.

Byond Tech Q99 comes with a big belly, that is an extendable storage capacity of up to 8 GB with Dual Memory Slots, thus making your mobile a truly 360 degree, power packed entertainer.

The smooth QWERTY keypad makes sure your fingers never get tired of writing long texts or mails to your colleagues, friends or your loved ones and the optical track pad makes navigation through your mobile a breeze.

Q99 has never ending list of inbuilt applications which keeps you connected with your friends and colleagues through social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Skype and host of other features like MSN and Yahoo Messenger so that you can get more for what you pay.The handset is priced at Rs 3,500.

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October 12, 2010 9:47 am 9:47 AM

Do one thing. Call cc of bsnl & tell them about the less speed.Also mention that sometimes even don’t connect especially at night. If your luck is good, your number will be forwarded to their gprs dept & you might be offered a better bandwidth. I did the same process & now I’m downloading even at the rate of 100kbps(avg). Your set is not 3g supported. But you still may njoy 30-40kbps(download). Just try out & if you are lucky, you will certainly get the most of bsnl.

October 11, 2010 11:04 pm 11:04 PM

actually i surf internet through bluetooth, a virus blocked PC suite…so i setup a dial-up connection in my PC and surf internet by using my phone as a dial-up modem.

October 11, 2010 7:49 pm 7:49 PM

does ur phone have DUN (dial up networking) which means that connecting ur phone to pc and using it to surf?