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Hindi pa natatapos ang mga aginaldong handog ng MyPhone para sa lahat ng mga ka-tropa sa buong Pilipinas! Matapos ang extension ng MAAGANG PAMASKO SALE, ay may panibago na nanamang aabangan ang mga ka-tropa sa MEGA MERRYGALO 11.15


Abangan ang announcement ng MyPhone ngayong darating na huwebes, November 15, 2018 kung ano ba ang mayroon sa ating #MyPhoneMegaMerrygalo.

PHP100,000 for a lucky Ka-Tropa!

To spice up our Holiday seasons here’s a sneak peak of what awaits all our solid MyPhone users! Wish it’s 11.15 already, right? So make sure you have your MyPhone’s open to receive this exciting announcements!

“Tropa Tambayan” Announcement

Heto ang ilan sa mga detalye ng Mega surpresa na ito mula kina Devon, Kyra at Sir Inyi sa nakaraang episode ng Tropa Tambayan.


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Last September 14 marked my|phone’s 11th year anniversary. It started with a dream of making phones accessible to everyone and has been one of the longest-running local phone companies ever since.

The brand rose during a time when majority of Pinoy phone-holders were either the upper crust people, secondhand owners, or thieves. Owning something essential to modern life was expensive, so in 2007, my|phone created their first phone model: a dual-sim phone, and sold it at a price that’s the same or is cheaper than a secondhand phone. This gave the majority of the Filipinos the pride and joy of finally owning a brand new phone and the title of Hari ng Dual Sim.

my|phone continued to create phones for the masa but they didn’t stop there. In 2009, they developed the Pinoy App: a pre-installed application in all their phones that have local riddles, songs, prayers, and more. This cemented the brand as a Pinoy phone. Later in 2011, they also created phones with fake money readers to help everyone prevent being tricked by bad people.  There are more in between like a portable TV in their phones, emergency phones that suit our typhoon seasons, and even free accidental death insurances for customers, but the intention is all the same: to serve with Filipinos in mind.

Even when turning into a multimedia company in 2016, my|phone kept their vision. They created an app called AGILA Rewards that not only makes a good advertising medium but also is a rewards system for both my|phone and non-my|phone users.  More apps with the intention of lifting Filipinos up are on its way.

From creating a dual-sim phone to a multimedia company pushing envelopes, my|phone is a brand that is committed to giving the Filipinos the best of technology. Where will the next years bring this brand to? What new lengths will it endeavor now? Stick with us and see how this Pinoy brand will surprise you again.

For more my|phone trivia (and more!), check our Facebook page!


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Metamorphosis, a one-day pop-up store featuring Filipino brands, was opened in the Green Sun last July 25, 9 am to 12 midnight. The hotel created the event to boost support for Filipino brands.

Apparel and Accessories display by some of the world renowned Filipino Fashion Designers.

  Inside the store are fashion and lifestyle brands, art installments, a cafe, and a restaurant. All transactions in Metamorphosis were done using an app called PayMaya, where buyers scanned QR codes of the store to pay.

The View at Greensun’s  The Axon during the Metamorphosis on-day Tech Pop-up stores.

  “Metamorphosis will change how you see Pilipinas brands; it is a place that showcases the best lifestyle brands around the country,” David Lim, President of my|phone, says.

Metamorphosis introduces a cashless shopping experience at Greensun thru PayMaya

Included in Metamorphosis are BLK, Primadonna, Cocoline Naturals, Jay’s Way Coffee, Icho, and Styled Pop-up. The section dedicated to Styled Pop-up include Luna Jewels, Ivona Fine Jewelry, Styled ETC, Inspirar, Sheica, VM Vorge and Marco, TGLL, Fashion Hub by Dayan Hernandez, Daily Schedule, and Moxie. Designer fashion clothing and accessories by Joel Escobar, Gabbie Sarenas, Jor-el Espina, Filip + Inna, Jaggy Glarino, Tracy Dizon, Tipay Caintic, Ivarluski Aseron, Jojie Lloren, Michelline Syjuco, Adante Leyesa, Joyce Makitalo, Juan Carlo Evaristo, Ken Samudio, Micki Olaguer, , Zara Juan, Arnel Papa, Jul B. Dizon, and Maco Custodio . Also featured is an art installment by Leeroy New, Liliana Manahan, Stanley Ruiz, Tal de Guzman, Wataru Sakuma, and Manu Respall. The event’s set-up was designed by Jinggoy Buensuceso.

Fashion designer Maco Custodio is present at the metamorphosis at GreenSun

Filipino Brand Primadona is present at Metamorphosis in Greensun.

Manu Respall’s Doggficher brand is also present at the Metamorphosis event at Greensun.

David Lim with partners at the Leeroy New artwork display room at the Metamorphosis.

The event is one of many under Green Sun that will feature Filipino brands. “Green Sun will become the house of all things beautiful and Filipino. We’ll be the House of Chanel of Filipino products,” David continues.  

Celebrity, Digital, Endorsers, Tropa Tambayan, Update
Manila – Now a Certified Kapuso Actress, Devon Seron inked her seventh year as a MyPhone endorser last Saturday, June 16, with Inyi Yruma, Marketing Head and Kevin Tan, Vice President of the no. 1 Filipino phone brand. She’s also one of the image ambassadors of Solid Group’s Brown&Proud Filipino Movement.

Inyi Yruma – Marketing Head – Devon Seron – Kevin Tan – Vice President, MyPhone.

“We are happy to continue our partnership with Devon, she’s an epitome of a Filipina, the way she looks, the way she acts. Everything about her is what a Filipino should be, and I believe that really suits our image as a Filipino Brand. For seven years, until today, she, as well as her fan base, had been showing their full support to the brand,” said MyPhone’s Vice President Kevin Tan. Meanwhile, Devon expressed gratitude for still being a part of MyPhone and Brown&Proud. “Of course I am very thankful, grateful, and blessed na until now, seven years to be exact, ay pinagkakatiwalaan pa rin po nila ako, I am honored to endorse a Filipino brand. I am so excited for Brand Pilipinas, the vision of the company makes me proud as well. And, super grateful they entrusted me to host Tropa Tambayan” said Devon Seron. While other brands are getting more popular celebrity’s as endorsers, MyPhone is changing the game on focusing more on ensuring to give Filipinos quality yet affordable phones plus value added services for the masses.  The brand will also focus in offering more contents in digital, one of which is the re-launch of MyPhone’s very own Facebook Live Show.   Aside from the contract signing last Saturday, Devon also kicked off her very first online talk show, Tropa Tambayan Live which is produced by MyPhone Multimedia. “Our Facebook Live show was an experimental project last year with DJ ChaCha and we are grateful that it was a success so we’re re-launching it this time, with Devon as the main host of the show.”

Devon Seron hosting Tropa Tambayan Live’s segment “MyPhone o Kahon”

“We’re breaking the trend of getting endorsers to just be a pretty face of the brand, we want them to be more relatable to our market, and we’re happy that Devon feels the same, so we are seeing the other side of her in her online talk show. We are also grateful that her new management, GMA Artist Center supports this initiative as well,” mentions MyPhone’s Marketing Head, Inyi Yruma. Tropa Tambayan Live aims to provide additional learning, seek out new trends, get different views on certain topics, and give a new channel for entertainment to solid Ka-Tropa’s. The first episode of Tropa Tabayan talked about tips for the rainy season, the Anti-Discrimination Law, Cyber Bullying and FREE Education among others. There were also fun games where both studio audience and online viewers have benefitted from. Inna, a part of the studio audience, and Anna, an online viewer won the jackpot at the “MyPhone o Kahon” Segment where they both won a brand new fake money reader phone, an Android phone, gift certificate from YSA Skin and Body Experts, David’s Salon, Chubs Chasers, GoWiFi and cash. DJ Chacha on the other hand will host a new online show for Brown&Proud.

Kiko Estrada, Devon Seron, Inyi Yruma

Meanwhile, Kiko Estrada, Devon’s co-star and love team in the upcoming Regal Films production “WalWal,” was her first celebrity guest. WalWal is directed by Jose Javier Reyes and will open on June 27 in cinemas nationwide. Tropa Tambayan Live airs every other Saturday, 11am at For more updates, like us on Facebook!

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In what may be described as a case of David winning over Goliath, technology giant Apple Inc. has lost its trademark battle against local startup Solid Broadband, the company behind the MyPhone line of mobile phones.
In a decision on May 19, the Intellectual and Property Office (IPO) ruled against Apple’s claim that MyPhone, which was first launched in 2007, was a copycat of its iPhone model. This is a case of a giant trying to claim more territory than what it is entitled to, to the great prejudice of a local ‘Pinoy Phone’ merchant who has managed to obtain a significant foothold in the mobile phone market through the marketing and sale of innovative products under a very distinctive trademark,” the decision read. Apple had complained of Solid Broadband’s application for trademark, citing “confusingly similar” resemblance to the iPhone, which it said was “likely to deceive or cause confusion.” But IPO said there was no sufficient proof to conclude that there was a confusing similarity between the two lines: “While the marks are similar with respect to the word (‘phone’), it is not sufficient to conclude that confusion among the consumers is likely to occur. ‘Phone’ is a generic term for mobile phones products.” “The fame and popularity of iPhone in fact makes it improbable for one to confuse MyPhone product as an iPhone,” it added.

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(L-R; BACK) ABS-CBN head for digital media division Donald Lim, MySolid Technologies and Devices Corporation president David Lim, ABS-CBN Publishing president Ernie Lopez, and Sky Cable COO and ABS-CBN head of Narrowcast March Ventosa graced the signing to show their support for ABS-CBN Publishing and MyPhone’s partnership to make NoInk a widely accessible multimedia reading app to Filipinos.
Starting October this year, NoInk will be a pre-installed application in two million MyPhone smartphones and devices, giving people access to the most up-to-date and relevant features on pop culture, celebrities, and lifestyle content. This was announced in a signing attended by ABS-CBN Publishing head Ernie Lopez, ABS-CBN Publishing managing director Mark Yambot, ABS-CBN Publishing digital business lead Jane Tan, MySolid Technologies & Devices Corp. (makers of MyPhone) president David Lim, MySolid Technologies & Devices Corp. vice president Kevin Tan, and MySolid Technologies & Devices marketing communications officer Patrick Cabusay at the Solstice Bistro at 8 Rockwell, Makati City on September 12. NoInk adds to ABS-CBN’s growing list of digital platforms as the country’s leading media and entertainment company transitions to become an agile digital company with a greater reach and presence online. Lopez said this partnership between the Philippines’ leading publisher of lifestyle magazines and books and the pioneering Filipino mobile phone brand marks a milestone for ABS-CBN Publishing. “This is the first time that our product will be pre-installed in mobile phones. We are very happy to be partnering with a trusted phone brand in our goal of bringing engaging experiences and trending content to the public in a more interactive manner,” said Lopez. Lim also welcomed this new endeavor with ABS-CBN Publishing, noting the two companies’ shared commitment to make a positive impact in the lives of Filipinos through innovative products and technological solutions. “MyPhone has established a credible reputation as an affordable mobile phone that champions the Filipino culture. By carrying NoInk in our phones and devices, we are able to bring our countrymen closer to content that will make them enjoy being Filipino, and be proud about being Filipino,” he explained. NoInk is a one-stop shelf, where users may purchase digital copies of ABS-CBN Publishing’s magazines and books in its newsstand, as well as titles from different publishers in the country. It also has a feed that showcases a good selection of articles, videos, and photo galleries about the hottest topics and trends in the country. The app can also be downloaded for free on any iOS and Android device.