Hop-on Will Deliver One World Phone to AT&T and Verizon.
As one of the only remaining American cellular manufacturers, Hop-on's new 2000 series design meets the needs of both business users and consumers who want entertainment features. The CDMA and GSM modes of the new 2000 handset is designed to be able to stand by simultaneously, which can enable users to choose either mode at any time to make a phone call or send a short message.
Hop-on is utilizing its patented MP3 design to deliver the new 2000 series dual mode product. Peter Michaels, President of Hop-on stated, "Now I don't have to carry my iphone and my LG phone every where I go. I can take Hop-on's "One World" phone pretty much anywhere in the world and it will work!" Hop-on is best known for creating the world's first disposable cell phone and taking it to market.
Verizon and AT&T announcement comes just three weeks after Google unveiled its plans to release its own open mobile platforms with Android Linux-based device operating system and its Open Handset Alliance, a conglomeration of over 30 companies that hope to develop lower cost, open mobile devices. Verizon, AT&T and Google's new strategies signal a shift in open-thinking that other communication companies are bound to follow, which will prove to be beneficial for consumers and Hop-on alike.
About Hop-on, Inc.
HOP-ON (OTC:HPNN) develops and markets wireless phones and accessories for emerging market and other domestic carriers and is best known for developing the world's first disposable cell phone. Currently, HOP-ON is expanding into value-added services, like mobile gambling and SMS wagering. HOP-ON's exclusive software will allow users to stream live interactive feed from legal jurisdictions to play poker, blackjack, roulette and baccarat on personal cell phones.
For more information, visit www.Hop-on.com.
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