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Hop-On To Introduce Entry-Level Tri-Band GSM Flip Phone At CES 2005

The Consumer Electronics Show 2005 is just around the corner. During the week of January 6th we will see a whole wack of new products showcased at the hottest gadget show of the year. Hop-On is one company that will come prepared with a few new phones to showcase.

The 1827 model handset is a tri-band GSM flip phone with a sleek and stylish design. Other features to note include a 65K color LCD screen, Enhanced Message Service, polyphonic ring tones, predictive text input, speed dialing, vibration call alert, and a 200-entry phone book.

See press release below.


Hop-on.com, Inc. today announced that it will introduce an entry-level priced tri-band (900/1800/1900 MHz) GSM flip phone at the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show that runs from January 6 to 9, 2005 in Las Vegas. While targeted to be the least expensive GSM tri-band flip phone in the market, Hop-on’s Model 1827 handset is no lightweight in terms of features as its stylish and compact design includes a 65K color LCD screen, EMS (Enhanced Message Service), polyphonic ring tones, predictive text input, speed dialing, vibration call alert, and a 200-entry phone book. This phone is targeted to distributors and GSM carriers in North and South America, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa and Asia. For more information about this phone, please visit the Company’s website, www.hop-on.com.

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