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Motorola V600 at Rogers

Motorola and Rogers today introduced the Motorola V600 and Bluetooth Wireless Headset to the Canadian market. The V600 with VGA camera, 4X zoom and quad band (850/900/1800/1900MHz) GSM/GPRS capabilities just became available in February from AT&T Wireless.

Users can check for incoming calls by the exterior notification lights, these are assignable by colour to different contacts in your address book. The Phonebook ID allows you to attach a digital picture to your phone book contacts. With the hands free speaker, you can turn your phone into a portable conference call center by the touch of a button.

The 65K colour LCD display will let you view your vivid photographs and photographs. You can swap with 5 different interchangeable metal covers, for the frivolous, a bling-bling diamond cut plate.

The Motorola V600 sells for $449.99 on a two-year airtime plan from Rogers Wireless and is available for purchase at Rogers Wireless dealers and retail locations across Canada.

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