|Price incl. VAT||£24.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£20.75|
Mobile phone véčkového design for two SIM cards can fit in a pocket, backpack or purse. With technology Dual SIM has the need to carry around two phones, you can simultaneously operate two active SIM cards in one device. Perfect workmanship and attractive design of this phone you apart from others. Alcatel One Touch 1035D excels in low price and is thus available for everyone. Its equipment is designed especially for all those who expect the phone's basic functions, long battery life and ease of use.
Weight: 75 g
45 x 93 x 16.5 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Memory card slot
ALCATEL ONETOUCH 1035D is a stylish dual SIM flip phone that easily fits into your backpack, handbag or your pocket. The dual SIM technology allows you to carry one phone instead of two — you can comfortably operate two active SIM cards in one device. The perfect construction and appealing design make the mobile phone stand apart from its competition. The affordable price makes ALCATEL ONETOUCH 1035D the right choice for anyone. It is designed for those who demand basic features, easy operation and long battery life.
It features a colour display with a 1.8" diagonal and a 128×160 resolution. Beginners and those who are not so keen on new technologies will appreciate the user friendly, intuitive menu. Make use of the vast memory for a contact list and received SMS. Choose a ringtone for your incoming calls or messages according to your preferences.
You'll appreciate its hands-free function enabling making calls without holding the phone, which is especially convenient while driving a car or during other activities. To expand the memory, you can use a microSD card of up to 8 GB. The phone also features an alarm clock, calculator, FM radio, to-do list or a voice recorder.
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