AT&T to Sell Nokia's Social Networking Surge
Today Nokia announced the Surge, a QWERTY-equipped sideways slider that will be available from AT&T starting July 19. It has quad-band GSM/EDGE, 850/1900 WCDMA/HSDPA, and Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and FM radios on board. According to Nokia, the Surge is aimed at users of social networks and it offers most forms of messaging, including AT&T's Video Share service and the ability to post to social networks via the JuiceCaster application. The Surge has 3G, GPS, a 2 megapixel camera, and a Flash-enabled web browser. The Surge runs S60 3rd Edition. It will cost $80 after rebate with new agreement (which requires a $40 voice plan and $30 data plan).
Nokia's Surge for AT&T offers a full QWERTY paired with S60. If you're thinking this is a match made in heaven, think again.
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$30 "data plan" = messaging + data unlimited??
I did play with a customer's phone (his son worked for Nokia) and the keyboard was pretty decent for the size. Not bad, Nokia.
$70 a month minimum without text..... WOW!
So with text package your looking at $75 a month or $1,800 over 2 years. Thats a lot of money for this phone.
i have done this with windows mobile and ...
I might be wrong, of course, but AT&T's press releases have bee...
$30 Data Plan???
It looks nice..