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Samsung BlogMob

I am invited to participate in a Samsung phone programme called BlogMob which is the first held in Malaysia. The event is partnered with Mobile World magazine.

I will be given a Samsung mobile phone on April 12 that I am required to review it on this blog. Everything about the phone will be expressed via this blog for a period of 1 month where I will share with you the features, the feel, the pro and cons, how I used the phone and many more.

There are 3 categories: Best post, Highest Traffic and Highest number of people that the phone was shown to.

I believe I will be given a Samsung i450 for review. Please visit Telco Talk Malaysia every weekdays starting April 12 2008 till May 12 2008. I will try to make a post about this phone everyday and also give you more updates in the telecoms industry.

Prizes? I get a chance to win the phone…..For readers, a BlogMob microsite will be set up where the commentators will stand a chance to win prizes through the Samsung lucky draw.

My first review on this blog was a Nokia N77 from Nokia UK. I hope that other mobile brands will also recognize this blog and get their phones reviewed on this blog.

About Kugan

Kugan is the founder of MalaysianWireless. He has been observing the mobile industry since 2003. Connect with him on Twitter: @scamboy

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