Bell Mobility has announced the availability of Samsung Link, enlarging its line-up of QWERTY-equipped phones and smartphones to 11 different models, hence becoming the Canadian mobile carrier with the highest number of such devices.
Samsung Link is offered by Bell for $19.95 with a 3-yr agreement, or for $219.95 with no contract.
The first 10,000 buyers can personalize the new phone “with free decals designed specifically for the Link.”
Feature-wise, the Link offers A-GPS, Bluetooth with A2DP, MP3 player, Web browser, 1.3MP camera, 30MB of internal memory, and MicroSDHC card support (up to 16GB).
According to the latest reports, Canadians send about 77 million text messages per day, so a new messaging phone – and especially an affordable one like the Samsung Link – is bound to be successful.
Via Press release
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