Housed in a solid plastic body with subtle curves that rests easily in your hand, this 8.6mm thin smartphone is stylishly held together with 2 metal bands for extra protection. With its sleek design and attractive exterior the AM522 is the perfect choice for any occasion. This impressive feature rich, high specs smartphone was designed to grants end users access to a powerful, all-in-one entertainment platform that transcends borders and breaks the mobile barriers of lesser smartphones!
Standard with Dual Sim support and running Android 4.4, the AM522 ensures that you stay connected whilst enjoying the most customizable OS offering from Android to date. Revel in a touchscreen that is more responsive and accurate than ever before as well as a host of new features such as built-in device management, easier home screen switching and more.
Like every other brand, entering a new region or market dominated with large brands is no easy
task. In spite of the odds, we successfully rolled out our business model and swept up over 50% of the Honduran mobile market.
Want to gain a deeper insight into how we made a difference and what it took to capture the hearts of Hondurans? Have a look at this insider’s view on AMGOO’s success.
South Africa's mobile industry is highly competitive one with 4 mobile operators and 2 MVNOs servicing its population of 54 million inhabitants, but the introduction of even more mobile players in the industry is becoming increasingly more favourable!
Significant changes in the MVNO market will help to facilitate this growrth according to a key figure behind the latest addition to the MVNO game, me&you mobile, former Virgin SA CEO Steve Bailey.
Steve Bailey believes that 10% of South African mobile subscribers are likely to be using an MVNO by 2020. He goes on to attribute his prediction to the fact that for the first time, Cell C (the network that me&you mobile is piggybacking on) has opened its network to wholesale partners for the first time which means it has a whole division dedicated to providing wholesale services and facilitating the entrance of MVNOs into the market for new players.
The second change that will help to support the MVNO market is the large decrease in termination rates between operators for carrying calls between their networks. He goes on to explain: “The lower rates have created the opportunity for people to come in on voice and compete with the other networks,”.
“And now all the networks have increased their prices, which has created a bigger gap between wholesale and retail. This creates a lot of opportunity.”
These changes, coupled with the fact that it is so much easier to start up an MVNO than before, are clearly an indication of more MVNOs in South Africa's future, but why is an increase of MVNOs a good thing? Read on to find out how this is going to benefit the everyday South African!
Welcome to episode 9 of the AMGOO podcast where we're exploring Android 5.0 features and benefits for users of unlocked Android smartphones and devices.
In this podcast Adrian will talk you through several of the newest version of Android's key features, and also let you know what the updated Android 5.1 offers to users too.
You'll learn about:
Ready to see if Android 5.0, otherwise known as 'Lollipop,' is for you? Keep reading to get to the podcast episode...
AMGOO Telecom are at the forefront of bringing affordable unlocked Android smartphones to Africa, and we're excited to hear that this year things are changing even more for the continent.
This year 'Android One' has arrived and could be heading to an African country near you!
While you may have heard of Google's Nexus phones, which tend to be high-powered 'flagships' made by Google's close cooperation with one of today's major smartphone brands (for instance, the Nexus 6 was a collaboration between Google and Motorola), there is another lesser-known Google phone on the horizon for Africa and the developing world in 2015: The 'Android One.'
In this blog let's look at what the 'One' is, and why it promises to be a veritable King among other African smartphones...