CDMA mobile operator, ZoomMobile, has an ongoing “Xmas offer”. The offer provides five (5) smartphones and one (1) feature phone at extremely rock-bottom prices.
- Treo Centro (Palm OS): N11,999.00
- Motorola Q9c (Windows Mobile): N11,999.00
- Samsung 830W (Windows Mobile; Dual Technology: GSM + CDMA): N11,999.00
- Motorola Q (Windows Mobile): N9,999.00
- Treo 755P (Palm OS): N11,999.00
- Tech 101 (Dual Technology: GSM + CDMA): N7,999.00
Unfortunately, the ZoomMobile website is outdated in terms of information. You won’t find this information there.
However, should you be interested in any of the above, dash down to the nearest Zoom centre to pick your copy up. Hurry! Promo may end anytime (christmas is over!).
Note that both the Treos and Motorolas are EVDO-compliant, so high-speed mobile internet is in view with those devices, but you need to subscribe to the ZMBlast internet plan in order to have EVDO access.
For the benefit of those interested, we are publishing the various mobile internet plans from ZOOM below.
ZOOMmobile Internet Plans
1x Service Plans
- Easy Time (24 hours for 30 days): N10,000
- Busy Time (24 hours for 14 days): N5,000
- Business Time (Day Time for 30 days): N7,000
- Relax Time (6pm – 11pm for 30 days): N5,000
- Rest Time (11pm – 7am for 30 days): N5,000
- Cool Time (8am Fri – 10pm Sunday for 30 days): N5,000
EVDO/Broadband Service Plan
- ZMBlast (24 hours for 30 days): N15,000
Pay As You Browse (Pay B) Options
- Pay B 1,000 (10 hours across 5 days): N1,000
- Pay B 3,000 (40 hours across 18 days): N3,000
- Pay B 5,000 (100 hours across 30 days): N5,000
- Pay B 10,000 (300 hours across 60 days): N10,000
Founder of MobilityArena. Yomi’s journey in mobile started in 2001. Besides obsessing over mobile phones, he also started creating WAP sites (early mobile-friendly websites created with WML). He began writing about phones in 2004 and has been at it since then. He has owned over 200 devices, from Symbian, Palm, PocketPC/Windows Mobile, BlackBerry/BB10, webOS, Windows Phone, Firefox, Ubuntu Touch, to Android, iOS, and KaiOS operating systems.