AT&T is right about the Quickfire being “just in time for the holidays.” Just the other day we reported on the apparent availability of this certain handset in at least one AT&T store, but now it’s official. Those who crave a QWERTY keyboard-equipped, T-Mobile G1-ish and Sidekick-esque handset can take the AT&T Quickfire home, and they don’t have to call their local AT&T store anymore.
Though we’ve already rounded up the details in previous posts, some may have missed it. So if you’re one of them, read on. The AT&T Quickfire’s features comprise of a touchscreen display, 1.3-megapixel camera, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and 3G data. But there’s more of course.
Also included in the AT&T Quickfire is support for Napster Mobile and eMusic Mobile downloads, as well as a 30-day free trial of AT&T Navigator. It’ll cost $99 with a two-year contract (after a mail-in rebate), as earlier reported in AT&T stores.
And you can also get it online:Click here for best deals on AT&T Quickfire
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