|ACS introduces the LG VX6000 camera phone to Alaska|
Posted: 05-Jun-2004 [Source: ACS]
[The LG VX6000 becomes the first camera phone introduced to the Alaskan market.]
Anchorage -- Alaska Communications Systems Group, Inc. ("ACS") announced the introduction of the first picture phone for the Alaskan market, which allows users to immediately send photos over ACS' new CDMA wireless network. Setting the stage for a totally new experience for mobile users in Alaska, the LG VX6000 offers a robust lineup of features in a compact and attractive clamshell -- Pix Messaging, web browsing and a built-in camera, complete with zoom control and three resolution adjustments. The picture phone boasts voice-activated dialing, polyphonic ring tones, an extra large phone book to store all those important contacts, and both a full color internal screen and an eye-catching external OEL screen. The new phone is available for around $200 with a one-year contract with ACS.
According to Mary Ann Pease, vp Corporate Communications, "It's easy to see why people are excited about this new technology being available in Alaska and why the LG VX6000 will provide the 'picture perfect' customer experience for Alaskans. This device's rich feature set will appeal to a broad variety of customers who want a phone that can do more. This phone is easy to use and has the advanced functions that will be beneficial for either business or personal use."
Pease added, "The timing of this introduction couldn't be better. With Wireless Number Portability in full swing, and the launch of our CDMA network, customers can bring their old number to our new network and enjoy the benefits of seamless connectivity."
The LG VX6000 is one of the many CDMA phone options available to ACS customers. Other offerings include models from LG, Audiovox, Kyocera and Motorola, providing a range of styles and functionality to suit customers' needs.
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