15 March 2004
The new Sharp GX30 with its built-in one megapixel camera is a real star. The handset delivers photos that are even suitable for printing and come very close to digital camera quality. Further outstanding features of the Sharp GX30 camera are its 1144 x 858 pixel resolution and electronic 7x zoom. An 8 MB SD/MMC memory card included in the package enables the user to save a large number of photos. The quadband mobile phone also has a display with up to 262,122 colours, an integrated MP3 player, a direct "MMS to Postcard" function and a Bluetooth interface for headset use.
Thanks to our successful partnership with Vodafone, the Sharp GX30 is exclusively available from Swisscom Mobile. It can be purchased starting today at all Swisscom Shops and specialist outlets at a price of CHF 299 (with a new 24-month NATEL® swiss subscription). The previous model and best-selling Vodafone live! handset to date, the Sharp GX20, also remains available at CHF 149 (with a new 24-month NATEL® swiss subscription).
Another newly-launched phone is the Vodafone live! Sony Ericsson T630. It is now available from all Swisscom Shops and specialist outlets at a price of CHF 49 (with a new 24-month NATEL® swiss subscription). The launch of the Sharp GX30 and the Sony Ericsson T630 means that there are now six Vodafone live! handsets on the market.
What's more: until 30 June 2004, Vodafone live! customers can surf the Internet free of charge (maximum of 5 MB per month included).
Berne, 15 March 2004