Panasonic launches new range of GIGARANGE Digital Cordless Phones in Bahrain
Panasonic, the leading global manufacturer of consumer electronics, home appliances and telecommunication products has announced the launch of an innovative range of GIGARANGE Digital Cordless phones. The phones will be available through Panasonic's telecommunications distributor in Bahrain, Telematics WLL.
Telematics WLL, part of the Computer World Group has been associated with Panasonic Telecommunication since 1989. The Computer World Group is one of the biggest IT and Telecom
solution providers in Bahrain, representing leading IT multinationals such as Dell and Microsoft in Bahrain.
As part of the new range of cordless phones which are ideal for home users, Panasonic has introduced a high end digital cordless phone line-up that includes the GIGARANGE 'Made in Japan' 2.4Ghz KX-TG2360 and KX-TG2361, and the 1 GHz GIGARANGE Digital Cordless Phones KX-TCD510 and KX-TCD500
in the mid-range, each equipped with advanced applications for more effective communication.
Commenting on the new range, Shigeru Uno, General Manager, System Sales Dept., Panasonic Marketing Middle East FZE, stated, "Panasonic's core philosophy of making communication simple and user-friendly is reflected in the Digital cordless phones. We have introduced newer features using leading-edge technology and innovations created by our team of researchers. Globally, the market for digital cordless phones is expanding rapidly. The Middle East being no exception, we have marked it as one of our key growth areas. As part of that strategy, we will be launching the
latest state of the art digital cordless phones to allow our Bahraini customers to experience first-hand the benefits of Panasonic's new-age communication instruments." (menareport.com)
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