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Motorola V260 at RadioShack

RadioShack announced that they are now carrying the Motorola V260 Clamshell mobile handset to be used on Verizon Wireless. It will sell for $50, no mention of how long the contract is for this price (probably 2 years), it will have access to the Verizon Wireless Get it Now service, which allows you to download hundreds of applications, games, productivity tools, ringtones and more.

See press release below.

New Motorola V260 Clamshell Now Available at RadioShack

Powered by Verizon Wireless, the Motorola V260 delivers affordable and stylish communications

Motorola, Inc. today announced the availability of the Motorola V260 exclusively at RadioShack stores nationwide. With a solid feature set, sleek design, and budget-friendly price, the model V260 is the ideal mobile for those who want rich, reliable and hassle-free communications.

The pocket-sized Motorola V260 keeps users in-touch and on-track via an integrated office-quality speakerphone, speaker independent voice-dialing, Internet access, downloading and Personal Information Management (PIM) functionality. With advanced Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), users can enhance traditional text messages with animations, images and sound.

“The Motorola V260 is going to be hot,” said Bob Williams, general manager of retail, Motorola Inc. “Targeted for those seeking dependable and easy-to-use mobile communications, this sleek mobile attracts attention for both its capabilities and price tag.”

Leveraging fast processing speeds, the Motorola V260 makes it easier than ever to take advantage of the Verizon Wireless Get It Now® service to access hundreds of applications and download new games, productivity tools, musical ringtones and more.

Pricing and Availability Information

The Motorola V260 is available now at RadioShack retail locations nationwide and online at www.radioshack.com for $49.99.



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