By 14 April 2011 | Categories: news


MTN South Africa has made the HTC Flyer tablet PC available to its subscribers, as part of its commitment to innovation through products and technology.
HTC's iPad competitor boasts a 7" (1024 x 600) capacitive touch-enabled display, powerful 1.5 GHz processor and support of Adobe Flash, making it ideal for Web browsing on the go. This tablet also sports an easy to use interface and by employing HTC's magic pen, users will be able to draw, paint, write and retouch pictures without their fingers getting in the way. 
“With smartphones and tablets continuing to be the device of choice for mobile users the world over, the HTC Flyer is a compact, light and powerful tablet that is perfect for the home and business user. Packed with a host of business and multimedia applications that are only a tap or a swipe away, the device is revolutionising the way in which we engage,” said Serame Taukobong, chief marketing officer at MTN South Africa.
“The HTC Flyer is yet another way that MTN customers can take advantage of tailored products that meet their business or personal needs, while being able to tap into world class internet connectivity and progress through innovation,” Taukobong added.
MTN is offering the HTC Flyer for only R299 on an MTN Anytime 100 package, which includes 150 MB of free data a month over a contract period of only 12 months.


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