updated 04:55 pm EDT, Thu April 12, 2007
Nokia 2610 at ATT
AT&T today added the Nokia 2610 to its stable of candybar phones. Features are simple but relatively advanced compared to most budget phones, the American provider notes: Nokia's Xpress messaging lets subscribers trade voice clips in place of SMS text messages, and the device is still Internet-savvy with basic web browsing, e-mail, and instant messaging. Enough memory is onboard for MP3 ringtones.
The carrier sells the 2610 immediately for $20 as part of a two-year plan. Those who prefer the device without the commitment can also buy it from AT&T for $170. [via Crave]