EarthLink Wireless to Offer Treo 650
EarthLink Wireless and palmOne today announced the availability of the Treo 650 smartphone. This powerful multifeatured mobile device is built on the Treo 600's award-winning design and features EarthLink's exclusive TotalAccess software for users on the move.
The all-in-one device is pre-bundled with EarthLink's exclusive TotalAccess software, designed to deliver a range of personalized content to the Treo 650. TotalAccess software includes server-side spamBlocker and Virus Blocker, which eliminate virtually 100 percent of spam and protects the users' inbox from unwanted viruses. EarthLink Wireless offers wireless, over-the-air synchronization between the Treo 650 and EarthLink's server to keep the users' address book updated without cradle-based synchronization. In addition, users can get fast and easy access to email, information, and favorite features in a simple, integrated interface. Accessing EarthLink's Personal Start Page on the Internet allows users to set up customized content to be delivered wirelessly, such as news, stock prices, sports scores, weather, directions, maps and more.
"We are delighted to offer our customers the powerful Treo 650 smartphone, representing the latest in wireless technology," said Brent Cobb, executive vice president of Strategy and Business Development at SK-EarthLink, and general manager of the EarthLink Wireless service line. "We are confident that the full-featured Treo 650 coupled with EarthLink's award-winning services, content and its exclusive TotalAccess software will provide mobile professionals with everything they need to be productive."
EarthLink Wireless offers a range of services and solutions to help customers get the most out of their Treo 650. A dedicated team of EarthLink Wireless representatives also is available 24/7 to provide technical support and customer service, while offering advice on advanced operations of the device.
With a Palm OS organizer for improved management of Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Memos and more, Treo 650 users can schedule appointments and manage contacts and to-do lists while on active phone calls, making it the essential device for users on the move. With Bluetooth wireless technology, users can easily synchronize their information with a compatible Bluetooth computer. Data also can be synchronized via a cradle and cable, or shared with other Palm Powered devices through the infrared beam feature. Users can also personalize the device with accessories and more than 20,000 Palm OS applications offered through the extensive Palm OS developer community.
"We are excited to work with EarthLink Wireless, our first MVNO [mobile virtual network operator], to expand the Treo 650's reach to new customers and channels," said Tim Roper, vice president of U.S. carrier sales at palmOne. "EarthLink's exclusive software combined with the Treo 650's advanced range of services makes it the ideal smartphone for EarthLink Wireless' techno-centric customers who demand the best in innovative and life-enhancing technology."
The Treo 650 from EarthLink Wireless operates on the CDMA/1xRTT wireless network with nationwide coverage in the United States. It is scheduled to be commercially available in late May for a suggested retail price of $599 before rebate and can be used in conjunction with a variety of EarthLink Wireless' affordable pricing plans with no roaming charges. Calling plans with free night and weekend minutes start at $39.95 per month, with unlimited email and Internet access for an additional $19.95 per month. For more information or to sign up to be notified when the Treo 650 is available from EarthLink Wireless, please visit here or call 1-800-EARTHLINK.
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