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Samsung Rugby 3
Mark Peters : December 5th 2012 - 10:05 CET
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SamsungSamsung Rugby 3 rugged phone : Samsung Mobile introduces the Rugby 3 flip phone. Beginning Dec. 14, AT&T customers looking for a tough phone that stands up to the elements will have one more choice with the Samsung Rugby 3 for $99.99 with a two-year agreement. This rugged flip phone is the fifth generation device in the Rugby series from Samsung and is compatible with AT&T’s Enhanced Push to Talk (PTT) service, which enables business users to communicate faster, to larger talk groups, and across more types of handsets than ever before. On Nov. 30, business customers with an AT&T account will be able to pre-order the Rugby 3 through their AT&T account lead or through their Premier online account. With a two-year Enhanced PTT contract, organizations can pick up the phone for free.

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Samsung Rugby 3 features
The Samsung Rugby 3 features a 2.4-inch QVGA display, a 3 megapixel digital camera and includes a dedicated PTT button on the phone for easy access. It is built to military specifications (810G specifications) and is waterproof, dust proof and shock resistant. The Samsung Rugby III also offers one-touch access to GPS Navigation through AT&T Navigator. In addition, the Samsung Rugby 3 rugged phone supports a variety of mobile resource management applications from AT&T. These apps can help businesses and organizations increase visibility into their field operations, monitor the location and activities of their employees and improve responsiveness and productivity.

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Samsung rugged phones
From the campsite to the jobsite, the Samsung Rugby 3 from AT&T fulfills all the instant communication needs with the physical strength to handle whatever life throws at it. “Fifth in our line of rugged cell phone from Samsung, the Rugby 3 joins the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro in AT&T’s current portfolio,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president- Devices and Developer Services, AT&T. “Since it launches with Enhanced PTT, the Rugby III helps make communicating even easier than before so businesses can operate more efficiently and effectively.”

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