With music on the mind this week, Verizon Wireless announced the arrival of two new music phones to add to their V CAST Music phone family. After the arrival of the Samsung SCH-a930 (see previous news article), the Motorola RAZR V3m showed up as well! Playing off the popularity of the RAZR V3c, the new V3m comes in the same sleek design that consumers are familiar with when it comes to the RAZR.
With a 1 GB removable microSDTM memory, the V3m can be loaded with what the comsumer wants, their favorite tunes from a long list of available artist. ?The first RAZR to support over-the-air music downloading, the Motorola RAZR V3m is another proof point in our continuing commitment to provide ?must-have? handsets,? said Mark Shockley, vice president of sales, Mobile Devices, Motorola, Inc. ?Complete with V CAST Music capabilities and ample removable memory, the RAZR V3m offers Verizon Wireless customers a stylish and fun mobile music solution.?
V CAST Music is possible due to the EV-DO network that Verizon Wireless currently powers it's customers from. Considered to be the most award-winning high-speed wireless broadband network in the nation, consumers can take advantage by selecting the new RAZR V3m and a V CAST VPak. With a new two year agreement from Verizon Wireless, the V3m is available for $149.99 after a $50.00 mail-in-rebate. VPak services can be added to your new plan for only $15.00/mo. Expect to also see this new music RAZR available from Let's Talk or WireFly at a much lower rate in the next 7 to 14 business days.
For specs and images of this new RAZR model, click here.