AT&T's latest internal price sheet tells all

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|03.31.07

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Chris Ziegler
March 31, 2007 7:34 PM
AT&T's latest internal price sheet tells all
A few goodies are listed in the latest price sheet we've had passed to us -- dated April 1 to April 7 -- and while we always need to be cautiously skeptical with these sorts of things, we're pleased with what we're seeing on here. On the data side of things, both the Sierra Wireless 875u and Option GT MAX Express have appeared, giving mobile warriors without PC Card slots a couple solid options for getting bits and bytes hauled down; they'll both be available for $300 before rebates. Turning our attention to handsets, Samsung steals the spotlight here with two models that are piquing our interest. First up is the A717, a phone with Ultra Edition roots that we first spotted at CES, bringing HSDPA in a ridiculously thin flip package for $240 before rebates. Next is the more mysterious A437; we know virtually nothing about it, but at $420 before rebates, it's gotta be something cool (word on the street is that it might be a North American rendition of the D900 slider). In other news, the Nokia N75 is still listed for $420, but it's any guess when exactly it'll be showing up. Have faith, Symbianites!

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