Casio G'zOne Boulder Available On Verizon

Posted: Jul 30 2008, 9:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:45am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Verizon Wireless announces the Casio G'zOne Boulder as the newest Push to Talk phone that is exclusively available through Verizon.

The G'zOne Boulder rough and tough mobile phone is built to military specifications to withstand shock, water and dust environment.
The rugged design of the new G'zOne meets military specifications 810F standards for water, shock and dust resistance; immersion; vibration, salt fog; humidity; solar radiation; altitude; and low and high temperature storage.
Other features of the G'zOne Boulder include flashlight, compass, VZ Navigator-capable, Field Force Manager-capable, V CAST Music with Rhapsody-capable, 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth, Voice commands, speaker phone, and 2 inch QVGA screen.

The G'zOne Boulder is available for $129.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a new two-year customer agreement.
Corporate discount pricing is available. In addition, customers may choose to purchase the G’zOne Boulder without a camera in silver and black, available today through business sales channels and through the company’s online store.
Via the Verizon Wireless site.

Casio introduced the first G'zOne mobile phone for the outdoors in 2005.

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