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‘Brown and Proud’ Movement to Enrich Filipino Lives via Filipino Mobile Phone

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Solid Group Inc. (SGI) The company behind local mobile brand MyPhone, unveiled its new business that aims to provide a unique platform for millenials, Filipino entrepreneurs and artists.

Dubbed as the “Brown and Proud Movement,” SGI harnessed their years of experience in the smartphone industry and leaning towards new business models. Brown and Proud is tapping on multi-level marketing system that they envisioned would help distribute their newest lines of smart devices, while providing income-generating opportunities for Filipinos.

First off is the “Brown 1“, that was formally launched recently, that is tagged at P 9,500. Brown 1 is a 4.7” HD IPS quad-core Android phone targeted to the mid to high-mid class Filipinos.  Each unit comes with UnionBank EON Card and a code for your opportunity to earn as well. Each account is set-up (via Brown website) for a 12-level “brown tree” rewards system in which one can earn up to PhP 1-million in two ways: direct referral and pairing rewards.

With the notion that each Filipino deserves an affordable quality smartphone and that Filipinos tend to update phones annually, Brown and Proud Movement goals have Brown unit on each Filipino hands – with the opportunity to earn, along with their smart devices.

SGI also announced that they will be having Brown 2 and Brown Table 1 on the way this year as part of their initial roster of smart devices.


Aside from the rewards system, SGI’s annoucned its own crowd-funding system called B&P Dream Portal wherein one can ignite a project with the help of the community through businesses and events.

David Lim, CEO of SGI, projects that this initiative can ignite a modern-day bayanihan for Filipinos budding artists and entrepreneurs can grow with the assistance of fellow Filipinos.

To know more about the Brown and Proud Movement through its website at or you may watch the video below.



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