Motorola Blend ic402 flip phone is another handset launched together with the introduction of Sprint PowerSource services that combine the functionality of Sprint Nextel (iDEN) and Sprint PCS (CDMA) networks.
Like Motorola Buzz ic502 , for walkie talkie services Blend ic402 will use Nextel National Network, giving users ability to connect to 20 million Nextel Walkie-Talkie customers nationwide. Actually you can even connect internationally to walkie-talkie networks in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Peru and Canada. Also these handsets include the support for Direct talk that allows you to connect directly (off-network and without network charges) to other compatible phones within 6 miles range.
And in addition to Nextel, Motorola Blend ic402 will support all CDMA voice and data services that can be delivered through Sprint Nationwide Network. That includes Internet browsing, e-mail, SMS texting, ringtone and games download, GPS navigation and other.
Motorola Blend ic402 comes with 65K color display, built-in speakerphone, support for JAVA apps, built-in productivity tools, Spanish and English language menus. With dimensions of 3.68″ x 2.13″ x 0.95″ and 4.44 oz weight it is easy to carry around in your pocket. And with Li-ion battery providing 3.3 hours talking and more then 100 hrs standby time it can last for quite a while there, without any need to recharge.
The retail price for Motorola Blend ic402 is set to $229 and with 2 year voice&data Sprint service plan you can get this phone for $29.99.
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