A 3G world phone, the free AT&T F160 has a solid design and features. Strong call quality makes it ideal for talk-heavy users, but its camera will deter photographers.
The AT&T F160 offer great call quality on a free handset. That may be enough for callers to forgive a few flaws.
The AT&T F160 promises good call quality and maneuverability at an unbeatable price: with a two-year contract, nothing!
You simply can't get a better price than the free ZTE-made AT&T F160--so long as you can live with its minor faults.
This simple phone from AT&T has a few goodies for a very low price--free with a contract. The AT&T F160 costs $150 without a monthly commitment.
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With its great call quality and accessible design, the Pantech Link II is a great option for AT&T customers who don't need a workhorse of a cell phone.
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