Unnecto is showcasing the push mail and messaging features available on its new line of dual SIM GSM phones for users interested in personalizing their options and conserving data usage.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Unnecto, a manufacturer of dual SIM GSM phones available online at http://www.Unnecto.com, is now promoting its instant messaging and push mail features, which augment the company's newly launched line of business- and travel-friendly devices. Unique for their dual SIM capabilities, Unnecto's GSM cell phones make it even easier for callers to communicate with these newly expanded messaging features.
"In the American market especially, Unnecto stands out as one of the only providers of dual SIM GSM phones, an asset for travelers and professionals juggling multiple plans, which — without our dual SIM technology — would necessitate multiple phones. We want consumers to know that dual SIM functionality is only the tip of the iceberg for our GSM cell phones, complementing our comprehensive messaging and push mail capabilities, affordable pricing, and sleek, stylish designs," said Daniel Moy of Unnecto.
Designed with convenience in mind, Unnecto's unlocked GSM mobile phone messaging supports both mobile-to-mobile and mobile-to-email communication, in addition to conversations over Facebook and Google Chat. The interface is streamlined and user-friendly, making it easy for users to employ emoticons, add and remove friends, and toggle between chats. Users can customize the messaging experience on their GSM mobile phones by setting personalized statuses and user photos, in addition to defining their notification, data, and roaming settings to best suit their needs.
In mail, Unnecto's GSM cell phones feature a unique Push Mode function that allows users to toggle between "On" and "Off" to control their notifications and data usage. When Push Mode is set to "On," the mail application will deliver a notification for each new mail message, while the "Off" mode instructs the device to check for new messages during user-defined intervals. Users can also configure their GSM mobile phones to wait for a manual prompt to send and receive messages, and can even determine specific settings for off-peak and roaming usage.
"By definition, our unlocked GSM cell phones are designed to be compatible with many different GSM providers and plans. Adding these flexible push mail settings allows users to be in total control of their roaming and data usage so that they don't get overcharged, no matter their plans' terms of service," Moy said.
For maximum accessibility, Unnecto's push mail app is compatible with a number of different services, including Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, and Windows Live. Users have the option of syncing their unlocked GSM mobile phone mail application with their calendar and contact apps, and can even enable calendar alarms for scheduled events.
Unnecto's push mail app offers flexible settings that enable users to personalize the messaging experience; callers can define their sound and vibration notifications, switch between phone and memory-card storage, and customize the length of their message previews for the ideal level of privacy. More advanced features are also supported for push mail-enabled GSM cell phones, including voicemail messages; easy attachment sending, viewing, and downloading; and sophisticated inbox settings, enabling users to define how long emails should be stored on the phone and similar settings.
Unnecto can be found online at http://www.Unnecto.com or by phone at 888-499-2496. Shoppers can browse the company's GSM mobile phones online at Amazon.com, Bargaincell, and Newegg at http://www.Amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_wireless?_encoding=UTF8&node=2335752011&field-brandtextbin=unnecto, http://www.Bargaincell.com/unlocked-phones-unlocked-unnecto-cell-phones-c-56162_61694.html, and http://www.Newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100008699%2050055804&IsNodeId=1&name=Unnecto.
The GSM cell phones manufacturer is also available on Twitter and Facebook at http://twitter.com/Unnecto and http://www.facebook.com/Unnecto.