Sun goes grand with newest Sundroid Rush release
MANILA, Philippines–Sun Cellular adds another good choice to its roster of Sundroid Rush offerings with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Grand smartphone and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet bundle. With this new offering, owners can now enjoy the power of Android even further and experience everyday life with more fun, efficiency and productivity.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system with 1.2 GHz Dual-Core processor. It is also packed with 5” touchscreen, 8MP camera and dual SIM capacity.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0; on the other hand, runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system through 1.6 GHz Quad-core processor and is packed with 8” touchscreen, 5MP camera, and armed with an S Pen for greater productivity. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is also WiFi capable, so you can turn your Samsung Galaxy Grand into a WiFi hotspot to pair with your tablet when you go online.
“This is, by far, the ultimate offering from the Sundroid Rush series,” says Joan C. Dueňas, Sun Cellular Vice President for Postpaid Marketing. “Both Android handsets are armed with the top-of-the-line features and Sun Cellular’s staple unlimited services to ensure higher productivity and enjoyment to its users.”
The latest Sundroid offering is available in two cost-effective plan rates — Sun Plan 1799 and Sun Plan 1999. Under Sun Plan 1799, one can enjoy unlimited mobile Internet, unlimited texts to all networks and 100 minutes of Sun calls.
Sun Plan 1999, on the other hand, has unlimited mobile Internet, unlimited Sun calls and texts, unlimited landline calls, 60 minutes IDD calls and 250 texts to other networks.
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