AT&T launches Quickfire

AT&T launches Quickfire
Text-a-holics can rejoice once more as AT&T has just added the QWERTY keypad slider phone, Quickfire, to its messaging device portfolio.

The Quickfire was made for AT&T by Personal Communications Devices and has a close resemblance to the ever so popular Sidekicks. The phone, which is available in orange, green and silver, is accompanied by a 1.3 megapixel camera, microSD card slot, 3G speeds and a 30 day trial of AT&T Navigator.

The QWERTY keypad device is able to display messages in portrait or landscape modes. By utilizing AT&T's 3G network, users can download music directly to their phones from Napster Mobile and eMusic Mobile.

The Quickfire is priced at $99.99 after a 2-year contract.

source: AT&T


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