Verizon Wireless is now selling an aging MOTOHANDSET in an older wrapper, as the Motorola SLVR L7C has hit the CDMA carrier's website as a good alternative for MOTOFANS looking for an inexpensive and slim Motorola candybar. Many of Verizon's "V-add nomenclature here" features like VCAST Video and others will be offered on the L7c. Along for the ride is a shockingly low-res VGA cam (no upgrade here) and a obligatory microSD card (although none is included in the Verizon package). At least Bluetooth is included, right? The Verizon L7c will be shipping out Verizon's doors for $70 with the standard two-year service agreement, just in time for that special Easter gift.

[Thanks, Nik]

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