Friday, May 29, 2009
Cellular South offers Motorola Hint QA30
Cellular South, the nation’s largest privately-owned wireless communications carrier, has just announced the availability of its latest handset - the Motorola Hint QA30. This model will definitely keep all you social butterflies up to speed with the latest happenings among your peers as well as other events happening in town, where the innovative slider design will reveal a full QWERTY keypad when open to make way for easy messaging and natural browsing on-the-go. According to Jim Richmond, director of Corporate Communications for Cellular South, “Staying in touch with friends and family, keeping networks updated and ensuring constant access to social circles are top priorities for many of our customers. “Motorola Hint is a stylish solution for those social networkers who demand quick, reliable access and communication.”
Well, what can the Motorola Hint QA30 offer the layman? It boasts threaded SMS which is a boon to folks who text frequently, since it allows you to have the flow of the conversation right at your fingertips instead of scrolling through tons and tons of messages in your inbox. With Internet connectivity, you can also be on top of your emails wherever you go. Another interesting point would be pre-loaded, one-touch SMS access that enables important information such as weather, stock prices, sports news, maps and directions to be available right at your fingertips. Hardware-wise, you get a 2.5″ widescreen display, MP3 and video playback, a microSD memory card slot, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a 2-megapixel camera and USB 2.0 connectivity.
You won’t find the Motorola Hint QA30 to be too heavy on your finances either despite offering some pretty impressive features and functions. In fact, Cellular South is offering it for just $79.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate, after being tied down to a new two-year customer agreement, of course. Each purchase will also come with full support from Cellular South’s online and in-store Discover Center, enabling the user to make the most out of the QA30 for folks who are less technologically savvy. If you want web access with the QA30, be prepared to fork out another $9.99 monthly.