Verizon Wireless Launches Treo 600 with Push Email
Jul 19, 2004, 9:05 AM by (staff)
Verizon Wireless today announced the availability of the popular Treo™ 600 PDA phone from PalmOne. Verizon is bundling the device with Wireless Sync software from Intellisync, which provides always-on push email for the Treo. Wireless Sync integrates with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes on a desktop PC, keeping e-mail, calendar, contact list, and tasks in sync between the PC and the Treo at all times. Future versions of Wireless Sync will include workgroup and server solutions. Verizon is offering the Treo 600 for $449 with a two-year contract.
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um..No mail app?
Well...as is always the case....8 months later
As is always the case with Verizon....getting the technology as it is on it's way out... The treo 600 already offered by ATTWS, Cingular, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Not only that, but the Treo 610 I believe is going to be coming out in 4 months. Way to stay on top of things Verizon!!!!!
As is always the case with Verizon....getting the technology as it is on it's way out... The treo 600 already offered by ATTWS, Cingular, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Not only that, but the Treo 610 I believe is