Cricket Communications (News
) is offering MOTORAZR² V9m as part of its handset lineup. Featuring greatly enhanced dual screens, the RAZR² V9m gives consumers two inch external screen for crisp picture caller ID and external text message display.
Because the RAZR² V9m supports up to 2 GB of optional removable memory, users can store approximately 1000 songs, and Stereo Bluetooth
. Users thus enjoy the freedom of wireless headphones, web browsing and a 2.0 Megapixel camera in a sleek, sophisticated update of the RAZR’s iconic design.
According to Sergio Garcia, director of device strategy for Cricket, their customers want devices that are reliable, feature-rich and stylish. The RAZR² provides their customers exactly what they want: a device that enhances their lifestyle.
Garcia said in a statement
that Cricket customers are extremely mobile and they want to listen to music, take photos, talk and text wherever they go. RAZR² allows the customers to take full advantage of Cricket’s unlimited offerings.
Cricket customers get unlimited value, with no contracts or credit checks, and a range of plans starting from $30 a month. Cricket offers unlimited anytime minutes, unlimited U.S. long distance, unlimited text and picture messaging, unlimited Mobile Web access, and international long distance. The services also include calling features such as voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, and 3-way calling.
Customers can purchase RAZR² online and from select Cricket retail stores and wireless dealers for $399.99.
Cricket, a simple, affordable wireless service offering provides consumers and local businesses with a flat-rate unlimited service over the latest technology, high-quality, all-digital CDMA2000 1X and 1xEV-DO wireless network.
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