Nokia 2600 launched by AT&T, free with a 2-yr contract

Nokia 2600 is a basic candybar that was officially announced by the Finnish manufacturer at the beginning of 2008. The device is targeted mainly at emerging markets, so it might come as a surprise that, today, AT&T has launched it in the US, in two color versions: black and red.

AT&T is offering the Nokia 2600 for free for those who sign a contract agreement for two years. The phone’s “real price” is of $150, though.

Naturally, at such a low price, the 2600 won’t lure anyone with its features. The handset doesn’t even have a MicroSD card slot.  

 

Here are the main specs and capabilities of Nokia 2600, as presented by AT&T:

  • Dual band GSM/GPRS connectivity, 850 / 1900 MHz
  • 128 x 128 pixels TFT display
  • Web browser and MEdia Net
  • Email, Instant Messaging 
  • Bluetooth
  • MP3 ringtones
  • Hands-free speakerphone
  • VGA camera
  • Talk time: up to 3 hours
  • Stand by time: up to 16 days
  • 3.17 ounces
  • 4.21 x 1.84 x 0.79 inches

Nokia 2600 should be on sale in most of AT&T’s store. But if you don’t feel like making a trip to a store, the handset can be bough online too: here in the red version and here in the black one.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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