TORQUE D100 Review: Cheapest Dual SIM Mobile at P3,799

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  1. hello can i ask where in manila is the service center of torque and contact number if u have…thanks super!! =)

  2. Hi Jayvee,

    I bought one for myself shortly before Christmas. Very impressive phone, and cheap, unlike the previous one I had O2 X-phone 2 (which I’m selling as junk since I can’t find replacement parts such as scroll button, back cover and battery). Just one thing, when I looked into this model at Torque Online.com, it said it has Free-To-Air Mobile TV (Analogue, Landscape/Portrait Viewing Modes) yet I don’t see it in the phone menu.

  3. I just saw Torque featured in Unang Hirit a couple of days ago, and the guy from Torque claim its made here in the Philippines not China. This is one more reason I’m saving money to buy this phone 🙂 Wanna look into it if that’s true?

  4. [for Eduardo Lino] Torque has a D series and a DTV series. The one with the analog TV is the DTV. With what I saw on the show, it has a telescopic antenna hidden somewhere that you pull out when you wanna watch TV. Weird, but if it’s free TV, who cares?! 🙂

  5. San ang complete address ng service center ng torque sa makati ayaw kase mag power ng torqued90 ko?

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