Alltel has joined the list of carriers that are refusing to let the Motorola Razr die. On Monday, it announced that it was launching its own version of the Motorola Razr VE20.
The thin, shiny phone, which is currently offered by Sprint, comes in a blue and silver color scheme but it offers all of the same features as the Sprint model. Inside you'll find a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, an MP3 player, GPS, a microSD card slot, and 3G EV-DO support. Also, it supports Alltel's signature Celltop application. The Alltel VE20 is $99.99 with service.
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