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Aspera Launch $99 Dual-Sim 4G Smartphone

Aspera Mobile has launched the successor to its popular Jazz smartphone – the new dual-SIM 4G Android Jazz 2 – for just $99.

The new Jazz 2 is now available from retailers Big W, Harvey Norman, BP, Retravision and MobileCiti.

Aspera has made its name in the market with a huge commitment to customer service and reliable, low-cost phones, which is something company MD Allan Robertson is keen to stress.

“Not everyone has thousands to spend on high-end smartphone, and to be honest, not everyone has to,” Robertson said.

“More and more customers have been questioning us about when the 3G networks will close, so with the Jazz 2, we wanted to provide the best value 4G package we could with the latest version of Android at this low price point.”

The Jazz 2’s dual 4G SIM cards allow flexibility for users and is ideal for both personal and work use.

The new smartphone also features a 5MP rear and 2MP front camera, is unlocked and works on all Australian 4G and 3G networks.

It comes loaded with Android 9 Go so users get immediate and easy access to GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot and all the regular services consumers expect from any Android device.

Other key features include a 4.95-inch screen and an 18:9 aspect ratio, a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and uses a 1900mAh battery.

“The Jazz 2 meets all the requirements of the cost-conscious buyer and user in a 4G dual-SIM smartphone that runs Android and has all the regular features you would wish for,” Robertson said.

“It also builds on our reputation for providing affordable mobile phones without having to compromise on functionality.”

For more information on the Jazz 2, visit the Aspera Mobile website here.

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