Win a Volla Phone 22 running Ubuntu Touch
UBports and Volla Systeme joint October promotion

                We are very pleased to announce that along with our friends a Volla Systeme,   we are running a joint promotion in the month of October. The first part of the promotion will showcase the donation of ten euros from the sale of each Volla Phone 22  to the UBports Foundation which will help fund our work . That Makes this month the perfect time to pick up a Volla Phone 22, running Ubuntu Touch of course.

                Volla is also giving you the chance to win the black and white version of their current flagship model- the Volla Phone 22. All you need to do is answer the following three questions :

                • Which company originally developed Ubuntu Touch?

                • What is the name of the UBports mascot?

                • In which country are Volla Phones manufactured?

                  Please send your entries clearly marked "Volla Phone 22 Raffle" in the subject line to All entries must reach us before the end of October. The winner will then be picked at random from amoung the entrants. Good luck to all!

                  Why is Volla doing this ?

                  Free, open source and a full-fledged Linux. These characteristics makes Ubuntu Touch for more and more users an attractive alternative to the mobile operating systems of Google and Apple. The potential has long since extended beyond the enthusiasm among technology enthusiasts. It offers the average user an easy-to-use daily companion and companies a platform for industry and sector solutions.
                  That's why Volla Systeme is going for a factory-installed Ubuntu Touch option right out of the box with its first-generation Volla Phone. Over 20% of customers order a Volla Phone with the alternative Linux operating system. "For Volla, Ubuntu Touch has a strategic importance",

                   Dr. Jörg Wurzer, founder of Volla

                How Ubuntu Touch works
                Quick onboarding guide for Newcomers, by Jozef Mlích