Hop-on will be making available its One World phone to AT&T and Verizon ever since both carriers have decided to open their networks to different phone and mobile device manufacturers. The One World phone, also known as the 2000 handset, will be able to operate in both GSM and CDMA modes, enabling the user to choose either mode on-the-fly whenever they fancy making a phone call or sending a text message. According to Peter Michaels, President of Hop-on, “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!”. Does anyone want to verify his claim the next time he travels? Alternatively, you can always check out the Hop-on Graffiti phone.
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