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Alltel Wireless Gets Samsung Freeform

Alltel Wireless Gets Samsung Freeform

Alltel may be a bit of a lesser player in the wireless market now that it is selling a large part of its assets off to Verizon Wireless, but the carrier is still competing and continuing to offer new phones. In fact, Samsung and Alltel recently partnered to offer the new Samsung Freeform (SCH-r351) to Alltel customers.

This sleek bar phone has a 2.2-inch QCIF color display and a four row QWERTY keyboard. The phone offers multiple messaging options and features threaded text entries. The Freeform also lets users play music files using stereo Bluetooth wireless technology and an expandable memory up to 16GB.



Key features of the Samsung Freeform include:
  • Slim Bar Design with Four-row QWERTY keyboard
  • Music Player
  • Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Multiple Messaging Options with Threaded Text Messaging
  • Web-enabled
  • GPS-enabled with Alltel Navigation
  • Expandable Memory up to 16GB
  • Speakerphone
  • Voice Recognition
  • Dimensions: 2.4” x 4.42” x .50”
  • Main Display: 2.2” QCIF, 262K TFT LCD
The Samsung Freeform is available in teal and red wine at Alltel retail stores or at www.shopalltel.com.
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Alltel is who I have my cell phone and 3G card from. I love them. Best service I have every had. They even wait for it. . .

HELPED ME SET UP THE 3G CARD IN LINUX!!!! That's right one of the two 3G cards they offer has support for Ubuntu and they will help you set it up. Not only that, but the card has the drivers for Linux, Mac, and PC on it so when you put it in any computer it shows up as a USB stick with the drivers on it.

 

Sorry to go off topic. This is actually a pretty decent looking phone.

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If they're selling off their assets will they be around over the long run to service what they're selling to the public?

This is a giant red flag to me.

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realneil:

If they're selling off their assets will they be around over the long run to service what they're selling to the public?

This is a giant red flag to me.

I thought Verizon bought them up.

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