HTC Corporation has announced today the commencement of the open bidding for a pair of HTC Magic™ limited edition for a worthy cause – to support in the fight against child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes with. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to ECPAT International.
HTC Magic limited edition is named ‘Hopes and Aspirations’ – for the children whose unfortunate fate have left them trapped in the realm of callous acts. Charity-enthusiasts will have the opportunity to support not only a good cause but also a chance to own one of the two HTC Magic™ limited edition phones, both exclusively designed by Digiskin® and encrusted with CRYSTALLIZED™ – Swarovski Elements.
The HTC Magic limited edition comes with a suite of features, including a fully customizable Home screen that lets you put applications, music or contacts widgets, Smart Dialer for you to call people in whatever way you think, and a versatile on-screen keyboard with predictive text – but these limited HTC Magic phones have so much more!
Bidding for the HTC Magic Limited Edition phones will kick start on HTC’s micro site, www.bidyourmagic.com and will be open to hopeful bidders from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Cambodia. Bidding will now begin with a starting price of USD $888. The bidding period will last for one month and will end Friday, 31st July 2009, at 11:59pm.
The two limited edition HTC Magic phones will be available in 2 colours – black and white colour.
About ECPAT International
ECPAT International is a global network of organisations and individuals working together for the elimination of child prostitution, child pornography and trafficking of children for sexual purposes. As a global alliance of 81 organizations in 75 countries around the world, ECPAT’s work encompasses empowering vulnerable children and youth, providing services to child victims, building the capacity of child welfare professionals, advocating and lobbying for government action, conducting research on the issue and carrying out awareness raising campaigns to promote social action. For more information please visit; www.ecpat.net.