GLOBUL subscribers will have the opportunity to make their environmentally friendly choice with the new eco-phone Sony Ericsson Elm, part of the vendor's GreenHeart series. GLOBUL's new offer is another step within the operator's long-term sustainable development strategy GLOBUL Green.
Sony Ericsson Elm provides users with a fully functional mobile communication solution which benefits the environment and helps reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The phone is made of recycled plastics, without lead and hazardous chemicals. It comes with a paperless e-manual, a green calculator and a low consumption charger. The phone design is extremely elegant - with natural human curvature and ergonomic keypad.
The Widget Manager application allows users access to their social networking page via the stand-by screen and quick switch between different social networks. The model comes with a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, music player and turn-by-turn navigation with A-GPS.
Sony Ericsson Elm is available in all GLOBUL, GERMANOS and official partner shops in two panel colors together with the Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-60J GreenHeart. The phone comes at the price of BGN 8.50 per month with a new two-year contract for the GLOBUL Unlimited subscription program.
All prices are VAT inclusive.
GLOBUL is the trademark under which Cosmo Bulgaria Mobile EAD offers mobile telecommunications services in Bulgaria. The company is 100% owned by COSMOTE (member of OTE Group), the operator with the strongest presence in Southeast Europe. As of the end of June 2010, GLOBUL has 4 million subscribers, while its services are available to 99.97% of Bulgaria's population, covering over 99.02% of the country's territory. GLOBUL UMTS network covers 82.5% of the population. GLOBUL along with GERMANOS employ more than 2,300 people in the country. COSMOTE Group at the end of June 2010 has approximately 21.6 million customers in SE Europe.