Samsung Rugby 4 Available from AT&T on Oct. 10
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Oct 6, 2014, 10:14 AM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T today said it will sell the Samsung Rugby 4 beginning October 4. Samsung's Rugby series devices are ruggedized flip phones that include push-to-talk via AT&T's Enhanced PTT service. The Rugby 4, which was first announced in August, builds on the Rugby series' basics by adding Wi-Fi and noise suppression, and improving the speaker. The Rugby 4 boasts a mil-spec rating for toughness and GPS for navigation. The Rugby 4 will cost $100 with a two-year contract or $270 with no commitment. However, AT&T said new activations and eligible upgrades can snag the phone for $0.99 through December 31 when paired with an EPTT rate plan.
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