Virgin Mobile USA Launches Their First LG Wireless Phone

Posted: Aug 17 2007, 9:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:23am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Virgin Mobile USA Launches their First LG Wireless Phone
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Virgin Mobile USA launched a new handset called the Aloha this week. The Aloha is the first handset from LG to join the pre-paid Virgin Mobile lineup in America. The Aloha by LG is 3.5” long by 1.9” wide and has a thickness of 0.9”.

Weight for the Aloha is 2.7 ounces and it has enough storage to hold 199 personal contacts with five numbers, three email addresses and one url for each contact. The battery gives the phone 180 minutes of talk time and 150 hours standby time.

The phone is capable of playing real music and animated ring tones and has a speakerphone and voice-activated dialing. Two games are also preloaded, ZooZoo Club and Battle Reversi. The Aloha will debut in September for a surprisingly low price of $34.99.

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