EarthLink Wireless Debuts BlackBerry 7250

From the press release:

This powerful and versatile offering, built on the BlackBerry platform combines support for phone, email, Internet, intranet, text messaging, and organizer applications in a single, integrated device that enables users to perform multiple tasks on the go.

EarthLink Wireless’ offering also includes exclusive features and services, such as award-winning customer service and EarthLink’s spam and virus blocking technology, which blocks virtually 100% of unwanted email messages before they reach the wireless handheld.

The new BlackBerry 7250 now supports Bluetooth for wireless hands-free voice calling with a wireless headset or car kit. Its small, convenient shape encompasses an easy-to-use, back-lit QWERTY keyboard as well as a sharp, back-lit color screen that supports over 65,000 colors and user-selectable font sizes. The BlackBerry 7250 sports 32 MB of flash memory and 4 MB SRAM. This powerful device can also integrate with the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.0 which provides enhanced wireless synchronization, attachment viewing and IT management capabilities.

The BlackBerry 7250 from EarthLink Wireless offers users the proven and popular, push-based, BlackBerry wireless email capabilities; a high-quality cell phone with integrated microphone and earpiece; Internet access with a full featured HTML browser; attachment viewing, which allows users to read Microsoft Office, PDF, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP and GIF attachments; Bluetooth capabilities with support for hands-free voice communications; an organizer to manage calendar, contacts and tasks and synchronize with your PC; text messaging; advanced security; and optimized wireless and battery performance.

For corporate customers, BlackBerry Enterprise Server software tightly integrates with Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino and Novell GroupWise and works with existing enterprise systems to enable secure, push-based, wireless access to email and other corporate data.

EarthLink Wireless offers a range of affordable pricing plans, which include unlimited data and free night and weekend calling as standard, starting at $39.95 per month. For an additional $39.95 per month, customers get 500 anytime minutes. Customers can also keep their existing mobile numbers when they switch their current service to EarthLink Wireless and can rely on support from a dedicated BlackBerry(R)-trained support team. Available today, the BlackBerry 7250 operates on a CDMA2000 1x wireless networks in North America. For more information or to sign up, visit www.earthlink.net/wireless or call 1-800-EARTHLINK.

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