Welsh language phone comes to Orange
5 August 2009 — 10:34 AM
Welsh consumers looking to recycle mobile phones to fund a new device may be interested in the latest announcement from Orange.
The network has unveiled details of the first ever device to boast functions that operate entirely using the country's native language - including a predictive text facility for messaging.
In addition, the Samsung S5600 - which will be exclusive to the carrier from September 1st - will use a Welsh menu system and be available on both contract and pay-as-you-go packages.
Sian Doyle, head of retail at Orange, said the firm was proud to be the first operator to provide such an innovation to those who love their traditional native tongue.
"We hope that new initiatives like this and the opening of our first community concept store in Monmouth will ensure that Orange becomes the best-loved telecommunications company in Wales," she added.
The aforementioned retail outlet was announced by the company on July 23rd and accompanies the launch of a multimedia facility in Milton Keynes.
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