Headlines: • Smuggle of high-end mobile phones lasts • Hamrah Aval SIM market dull in Tehran
• Rare Samsung F500 now on market under warranty
• Nokia N96: A multimedia computer
• I-mate Ultimate 9502 soon on market
• “Jomhouri St. era”
• “As far as high price difference between smuggled high-end mobile phones and those officially imported into Iran exists, we encounter smuggle of high-end mobile phones into our country”, said Chairman of Mobile Sellers Union in an interview with CITNA. This was published today in Abrar-e Eghtesadi and Donya-ye Eghtesad dailies.
• The prices of Hamrah Aval SIM cards is not yet fixed due to its dull market after the New Iranian Year, wrote MOBNA.
• Samsung F500, which became rare recently, was introduced to Tehran’s mobile phone marker for the first time under a verified warranty.
• Nokia N96, as a multimedia computer optimized for playing TV and video clips, will be soon introduced to the global mobile phone market, wrote MOBNA.
• I-Mate Company introduced its latest mobile phone called Ultimate 9502 in October 2007, wrote MOBNA.
• Hezbollah daily today published an article titled “Jomhouri St. era” that discusses in detail the auxiliary jobs of mobile phones.