Apparently the Huawei 8800 is made for the older generation as the phone features an AARP app about member benefits. Interesting to say the least…
Consumer Cellular, the number one rated cell phone service provider and exclusive wireless provider for AARP members, has introduced the Huawei 8800 to its growing smartphone lineup. The Huawei 8800 will cost $175, operates on the Android platform, includes Wi-Fi capability and comes with free shipping and no activation fee.
“The Huawei 8800 provides another affordable option to our customers who need a robust smartphone and want the ease and convenience of our no-contract service.”
“Our customers tell us they want feature-rich phones without being tied to expensive, long-term contracts,” said John Marick, CEO of Consumer Cellular. “The Huawei 8800 provides another affordable option to our customers who need a robust smartphone and want the ease and convenience of our no-contract service.”
Consumer Cellular’s new Huawei 8800 offers many appealing features, including:
Large 3.8 inch touch screen, easily customizable for favorites, widgets and shortcuts to apps
Wi-Fi capability for easy access to the Internet, email, news and data-driven apps
5-megapixel autofocus camera and camcorder with LED flash
Android operating system
MP3 music player
Access to the Android Market and thousands of free and paid apps
Preloaded subscribers-only app “My Consumer Cellular,” which allows users to quickly access billing and account information, usage stats and scan-capable AARP information for member benefits
The Huawei 8800 can be viewed and purchased online at: http://www.consumercellular.com/Huawei8800
Consumer Cellular offers five accompanying “Connect!” data plans for consumers in a range from light use (10MB/month) to heavy use (500MB/month). The plans can be viewed in detail at http://www.consumercellular.com/Info/Services.