National Geographic Duet Travel Phone Announced

Posted: Jun 18 2009, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:58pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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National Geographic and Cellular Abroad have announced a new travel phone called the Duet that is designed for the needs of the international traveler. The handset has slots for two SIM cards and offers Bluetooth, a camera, FM radio, TV, and a 1GB memory card.

The phone also comes loaded with content from National Geographic including ringtones, wallpapers, and travel videos. The handset ships with the pay-as-you-go National Geographic SIM card for affordable calling from 185 different countries and free incoming calls in over 80 countries.

The phone includes 30 minutes of outgoing credit in most countries. The second SIM card slot allows the user the option of using a second service. The SIM card itself can be purchased separately as well. The unlocked travel phone sells for $179 on Amazon.

Via Cellular Abroad

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