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Telus adds Motorola Q9c to stable

updated 04:25 pm EDT, Wed April 2, 2008

Telus takes Motorola Q9c

In addition to the BlackBerry 8330, Telus has also introduced the Motorola Q9c, an evolution of the popular Q9 smartphone. The Q9c is a CDMA companion to the GSM-based Q9h, and sports EVDO broadband, built-in GPS functions, and a 1.3-megapixel camera. As with the 8330, the Q9c can access apps and information through various Pocket Express portals.

Bluetooth allows data and stereo connections, and a miniSD slot provides up to 32GB of extra storage. The phone is available on a sliding scale, starting at $450 without contract, and shifting to as little as $150 on a three-year contract.



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