Cingular debuts Motorola phone with iTunes

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 31 2006 @ 22:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cingular today launched the Motorola SLVR, an ultra-thin phone with support for iTunes.
The Slvr takes its cue from Motorola's hit-selling Razr cell phone, and is the company's second take on a device that includes Apple's music software.

Cingular already sells the Rokr, Motorola's first iTunes music phone, which disappointed some fans of Apple's iPod music player and Motorola's flagship Razr phone as it resembled neither.

Music is seen in the wireless industry as one of the hottest new cell phone features as service providers aim to attract new subscribers and boost revenue with services beyond voice.
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