Thank you Wired for your “Good Enough” article. It helps me explain why in the era of “my smartphone is smarter than yours” we are launching the PeekFON – unarguably the simplest smartphone around and no rival in terms of apps to the iPhone, Android or Blackberry. The PeekFON is about simplicity. A PeekFon is “good enough”. The PeekFON does one thing very well, email with a full keyboard. And email is what most people need at work. So the PeekFON is a working tool. It is geared towards companies who want to give employees connectivity on the road. The way I see it, if an iPhone is Facebook, a PeekFON aims to be Twitter. Simple, to the point, with limitations, but “good enough”. 23 euros for the device, no roaming anywhere in the EU, no contracts, and a flat 12,90 per month with the first half year prepaid. So you pay 99 euros for the device and 6 months of prepaid service when you order. After that, you only pay for the months you use it. If you want to reserve one click here.

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Jose on December 15, 2009  · 

Martin, I have recomended this device to one potential user. One which travels around Europe. But he need one functionality. He needs to read the attachments, at least some kind of attachments additional to jpeg (pdf, doc and xls files).

My congratulations, this is a big step.

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Martin Varsavsky on December 15, 2009  · 

You can read PDF and jpg attachments and thanks for the recommendation.

Diarmuid on December 16, 2009  · 

I put the link on Facebook to this post and you have already two pre-reservations! Good luck!

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Jose Luis Carmona Morales on December 18, 2009  · 

What about a SDK. Can be interesting for some projects. And 2nd. What about you MVNO, it’s a closed clud or can we speak about M2M ?

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kredyt on December 26, 2009  · 

helpfull text for my work – thanks. btw.Are you from poland? …like poland capital 🙂 best regards

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Martín Alejandro Carmona Selva on December 28, 2009  · 


Device is Peek or Peek Pronto?

Another thing, if I already have a device, can I just contract the service and so, how much will it cost me?

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