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A Smartphone for Dad at a Smart Price


 -Digital Lifestyle Expert Ahmed Khattak, CEO of GSM Nation, Offers Top Alternatives to the iPhone and iPad that Will Save You Money and Make Dad Happy-

NEW YORK, June 2012 – This Father’s Day make dad the coolest in the neighborhood with a brand new smartphone or tablet and do it while saving money!

Why overspend on an iPhone or iPad when there are great alternatives that will satisfy dad’s digital needs and allow him to browse the Internet, stream the game and check out those great new grilling recipes.

Digital lifestyle expert Ahmed Khattak, CEO of GSM Nation, a rapidly growing wireless company that did $35 million in sales in 2011, recommends the following digital gift ideas this Father’s Day. 

GSM Nation’s Top Father’s Day Smartphone Gift Picks:

  • HTC Trophy ($200): A full featured windows mobile 7 phone has an easy-to-use operating system and a compact design that's great for most basic smartphone  functions. The phone is especially good for gaming. Includes Bluetooth, a 5.0 megapixel camera, HTML web browser and world roaming capabilities. Devices come with a Pre-Installed SIM Card that are both CDMA and GSM Capable. Voice service in over 220 countries, data in over 200 countries, more than 125 with 3G Speeds.

  • HTC HD 7 ($200): High-end phone with big screen and speakers on each side that is great for moms who love movies.  Has a kickstand on the back that can prop up the phone for when you want to look at things and you need your hands for something else.

  • BLU Studio ($279): An Android phone that has a bigger screen than the iPhone and has the latest 3G and 4G speed.

GSM Nation’s Top Father’s Day Tablets Gift Picks:

  • Blackberry Playbook ($299): The ultra-portable and convenient Playbook is great for moms both at home and on-the-go.  It is faster than the iPad and has a  better processor. The Dual HD video cameras allow for video conferencing, great for keeping in touch with kids and grandkids.

  • Toshiba Thrive ($250): This 11-inch Android tablet is great for multi-tasking, has a dual core processor, Bluetooth, and five customizable home screens.  This great product was selling for $500 but the price has been greatly reduced.

  • BLU Touchbook ($200): The Touch Book 7.0 is the first Android tablet from BLU, a company on the rise. Featuring a 7" screen, Android 2.2, and 3G connectivity this great looking device has everything mom will need to stay connected while on the go, and stay on budget. Running a 800 MHz processor she can enjoy skyping with friends and family with the front facing camera, browsing the internet, playing her favorite games from the Android Marketplace, or reading a book on the go!

For more information please contact us or visit www.gsmnation.com.

A rapidly expanding wireless retail and services company incubated at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute in 2010.  GSM Nation did $40 million in sales in 2011 and the founders were voted finalists in Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s 2011 “America’s Best Young Entrepreneurs”.

GSM Nation offers the best of both worlds – the savings of mega-store chains and the personal service of mom and pop shops.  Our goal is to educate consumers and save them thousands of dollars by encouraging the shift away from restrictive, overpriced wireless contracts. We offer the widest selection of phones, tablets and accessories from all over the world and a secure, transparent and fun online shopping experience. 

Our unique "Savings Calculator” helps customers compare wireless plans and  save thousands of dollars by purchasing unlocked phones and switching to contract-free services.  We have a comprehensive information and customer service center available 24/7 by phone and email for tech support, advice, information or simply to talk tech.   We lead a strong online community and regularly upload product reviews to our Youtube channel and keep in touch with our customers via Twitter.

Ahmed Khattak is the 26-year-old co-founder and CEO of GSM Nation, LLC, a wireless retail and services company that did $40 million in sales in 2011.  Ahmed, a finalist in Bloomberg’s 2011 “America’s Best Young Entrepreneurs,” co-founded GSM Nation at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute.   He has a passion for wireless technology, completed his bachelor’s degree from Yale University with a double major in Electrical Engineering and History. 

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