AT&T Unveils New Flagship Services

Posted: Mar 15 2010, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:00pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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I mentioned a while ago that AT&T was unveiling the new Strive and Sunburst from Samsung. Along with the handsets, AT&T is also rolling out some new premium services. Some of the services will show up first on the Strive handset.

The new services include AT&T Address Book that lets you sync contacts with and online address book. This lets the address book be accessed on a PC and backs the contacts up for safety. AT&T is also rolling out Next Generation Messaging that offers an advanced message experience with group messaging and more.

AT&T Mobile Share is a feature for letting users transfer photos and video form mobile phones to other mobile devices and PCs. Video up to 20MB can be sent to other locations directly from the handset. Mobile Share costs $10 per month for 50 transfers with pay per use for 35 cents per transfer.

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