Posted on 25-Nov-2003 08:07
| Filed under: News
AT&T Wireless and palmOne announced the availability of the Treo 600 quad-band smartphones (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) on AT&T GSM/GPRS network. The Treo 600 smartphone combines a mobile phone, a Palm OS organizer, messaging, email, and web-browsing capabilities into a single device.
The Treo 600 smartphone is available from AT&T Wireless for US$499.99, after a US$50 instant rebate, when customers purchase qualified service plans starting at US$12.99 per month. The Treo 600 smartphone is available through AT&T Wireless' various sales channels and online from Handspring.com.
"We are delighted to be working with AT&T Wireless to deliver this world-class smartphone to their customer base nationwide," said Joe Sipher, vice president of product and carrier marketing for palmOne. "Treo 600 represents a breakthrough in the design and functionality of a smartphone device, and we are working closely with AT&T Wireless to make sure our applications are seamlessly integrated into their network services, giving customers the best possible voice and data application experience."
The Treo 600 smartphone provides a POP3 email solution and comes preconfigured with settings for several popular ISPs, or users can set up the Treo 600 smartphone to access their own POP3 accounts. The Treo 600 smartphone supports attachment handling, including access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel compatible documents. In addition, through agreements with Good Technology and Visto Corporation, AT&T Wireless is now offering corporate email solutions that provide businesses with access to Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes email behind their corporate firewalls.
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