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Pantech And AT&T Deliver One of the Holidays’ Best Values

Pantech Wireless, Inc., — the U.S.-based subsidiary of Pantech Group, one of Korea’s largest mobile phone manufacturers — today announced the availability, on Friday December 12, of the C630, a capable and inexpensive candy-bar style phone that offers a variety of media-rich essentials for the modern user. Packed with more than its share of features for the price point — $39 after a two-year service agreement and applicable mail-in rebate — the C630 allows users to stay mobile in style, moving between GPS, music, chat and video options without breaking the bank.

Confirming the adage that big things can come in small packages, C630’s compact form-factor allows for easy handling of popular phone features, such as text, IM multimedia messaging, advanced navigation with aGPS for turn-by-turn directions using AT&T Navigator, support for a wide range of digital music formats and swift Internet browsing at the speed of 3G. In addition to deviated number keys that glow white when depressed, the C630 also incorporates mixed materials, including a rubberized back-panel, a mirrored screen and a small joystick pad to provide an even cooler user experience.

Measuring just four inches long by less than half of one inch deep, the C630 also includes:

  • 3G
  • aGPS and AT&T Navigator
  • Bluetooth™
  • MicroSD
  • 1.3 MP camera
  • AT&T Video Share capabilities
  • AT&T Mobile Music

“The C630 is a little phone with big functionality,” said Patrick Beattie, vice president of sales and marketing at Pantech Wireless, Inc. “We packed a lot in this device while working to keep the price affordable. Pantech believes that advanced functionality can be available for all levels of users.”

The Pantech C630 will be available at www.wireless.att.com starting Friday, December 12. C630 is $39.99 after a two-year service agreement and mail-in rebate.

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