Redmond, WA and Libertyville, IL (October 21, 2003) AT&T Wireless (NYSE: AWE) and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), today announced the nationwide availability of the Motorola MPx200, the first Windows Mobile-based Smartphone for the North American market.
The Motorola MPx200 is available for a price of $299.99 with any compatible AT&T Wireless service plan. Combined with AT&T Wireless’ mMode™ service and Windows Mobile software, the sleek clamshell Motorola MPx200 allows AT&T Wireless customers to bring the familiarity and dependability of their Windows-centric office with them on-the-road.
By utilizing Windows Mobile software, the Motorola MPx200 offers the latest in Personal Information Management (PIM) functionality, users can access Microsoft Outlook contacts, inbox, calendar and tasks with ease. In addition, users can transfer important files from a PC to the Motorola MPx200 using a mini USB connection, wireless Internet service1 or IrDA port. Businesses looking for a scalable and secure means of accessing information behind corporate firewalls can take advantage of AT&T Wireless’ unique over-the-air provisioning solution to simplify and minimize implementation efforts of corporate information technology departments.
The Motorola MPx200 enables AT&T Wireless customers to stay connected with friends and family via MSN Messenger or surf the Internet* with Pocket Internet Explorer. Utilizing the phone’s rich polyphonic speaker and Windows Media Player application, consumers can listen to Windows Media Audio (WMA) and MP3 music files. With robust downloading capabilities and AT&T Wireless’ mMode service, consumers can customize the Motorola MPx200 to create the ultimate mobile entertainment device. Additional information about the handset can be found at www.attwireless.com.
*Network and subscription dependent feature. Not available in all areas.