Pantech wants you to Link with AT&T

Pantech wants you to Link with AT&T
Low priced messaging phones are on the rise as Pantech has announced that its new device, called the Link, will be avaliable through the AT&T web site and store locations beginning April 18th for a limited-time price of $9.99 (after rebate and with 2-year contract). The Pantech Link will be the newest quick-messaging-device for AT&T featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.4" QVGA display, 1.3MP CMOS camera, MP3 music player, microUSB port, Bluetooth 2.0, and 32GB microSDHC card support. All of this is packed in a a sleek device measuring only 0.39" in depth and with a weight of 3.2oz. Services will include the AT&T Address Book to store and access contacts via the web, and AT&T Mobile Share to view and upload photos to social networking sites.

Pantech Link Specifications | User Manual

source: Pantech (press release) and Link product page


1 Comment

1. LindsayM unregistered

It has poor sound quality, everyone says that there is static. Sometimes it does overheat but its not been too troublesome for me. Once in a long while it will go into emergency call mode and you can't call anyone so I had to turn the phone off and back on not a big deal. It looks nice, and it even compiles your messages to people into a conversation as if you were on a instant messenger. It has this neat tool of being able to record conversations with people while on the phone with them. I had the slate which I liked a lot, but still might take it back due to the bad quality others are receiving from my end. It's not a terrible phone, or a very good one. It's one that has a lot of promise and.. bugs to be fixed up.

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