Duet D888 Dual SIM Phone

National Geographic together with mobile operator Cellular Abroad, presented a new mobile phone for travelers – Duet D888.

The phone has two slots for SIM cards: one for the Cellular Abroad intentional SIM card and one for another card of your choice. Other features of the handset fit the average grade.

• Networks: GSM / GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz;
• Display: 2.8 inch Resolution 240h320 pixels;
• Camera: 2-megapxels;
• Communication: USB, Bluetooth;
• FM-radio;
• Dimensions: 111x50x17 mm;
• Weight: 112 grams.

The price of the phone on the site of the manufacturer is $ 350, but  if you sign a contract with the operator Cellular Abroad – the price is $ 59.

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