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Motorola i875 multimedia phone
Jasper Huitink : December 8th 2005 - 05:40 CET
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MotorolaMotorola i875 multimedia phone : Boost Mobile today introduced the new flagship phone to its line up of youth-oriented handsets. Offered exclusively from Boost Mobile, the Motorola i875 features a multimedia center that enables Boost customers to play MP3 songs, watch MPEG videos and display JPEG pictures. The media player is supported by internal as well as external memory so Boost customers can store multimedia on the phone, or use the removable memory card for additional storage space. Customers may increase the number of songs, videos and pictures stored on the phone by purchasing 128MB, 256MB or 512MB memory cards available at most electronics retailers. A 256MB memory card is available from Boost for $52.99.
Motorola i875 multimedia phoneMotorola phone - MP3, MPEG & JPEG
The sleek champagne-colored phone features external player keys (i.e., play, pause, skip forward, etc.), and comes with stereo headphones, enabling Boost customers to easily play and enjoy multimedia anytime, anywhere. MP3, MPEG videos and JPEG pictures are quickly and effortlessly transferred from a PC to the phone's 32MB card via a USB card reader and connection cable, included with purchase. Also included is software that enables Boost customers to convert audio tracks to MP3 files.

Motorola camera phone - Video recorder
Additional features include a 4x digital zoom megapixel camera and video recorder, large high-resolution color screen, Boost Multi-Media Messaging, Text Messaging, and Wireless Web, polyphonic, voice and music ringtones, hands-free speakerphone, voice recorder and GPS functionality. Also included are preloaded Java-enabled games such as Tony Hawk's Underground 2 and Racing Fever 2 demos. Additional Java-enabled games and applications can be downloaded directly from the Motorola i875 phone or from Boost LIVE, a virtual video game arcade available on the Boost Mobile Web site.

Motorola i875 - Media player
"Clearly marked play and pause buttons on the outside of the phone, and the ability to quickly and easily transfer multimedia from your PC to the handset make the Motorola i875 an appealing phone-media player combination," said Roberto Loria, director of retail packaged products, Boost Mobile. "Plus, the Motorola i875 can store and play MP3 songs and MPEG videos, and enables users to choose different amounts of memory." The Motorola i875 from Boost Mobile is available now at the boost mobile website popular national retailers and convenience stores, such as Best Buy for a suggested retail price of $399.99.

i875 Motorola - Walkie Talkie
As with all phones available from Boost Mobile, the Motorola i875 includes Boost Walkie-Talkie, which offers instant nationwide communication at the touch of a button. By pressing the walkie-talkie button on the side of the phone, users can connect with other users on Nextel's National Network, in less than one second. Boost Walkie-Talkie is $1.50 per day for unlimited national usage, and the charge applies only when the service is used.

Boost Mobile - Pricing
Boost Mobile Pay-As-You-Go pricing provides maximum value to youth customers by offering competitive peak and off-peak rates that meet their lifestyle needs. Calls are 20 cents per minute Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., and 10 cents per minute after 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and on weekends (long-distance calling and roaming included at no extra charge).

Boost Mobile - Re-Boost card
Boost Mobile customers pay for minutes only as they need them through the purchase of Re-Boost Cards. There are no credit checks, hidden charges or monthly bills. Re-Boost Cards are available in $20, $30 and $50 denominations and may be purchased, as needed, at all authorized Boost retailers.

About Boost Mobile
Based in Irvine, Boost Mobile LLC, a subsidiary of Sprint Nextel, is a lifestyle-based telecommunications brand focused on offering premium Pay-As-You-Go wireless phones and services to the youth market. Boost is one of the fastest-growing wireless services in the U.S. and now has more than 2 million customers, the majority of which are under the age of 25. Boost-branded wireless phones with its exclusive Boost Walkie-Talkie service and Re-Boost Cards are available nationwide at locations where youth prefer to shop, including national retailers and convenience stores, and merchants that focus on fashion, music, and action sports-related activities.

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