T-Mobile announced two new cell phones for its HotSpot @Home service today. The Nokia 6301 is a silver candy bar phone and the SGH-T339 is flip phone in bright red. Both handsets offer integrated Wi-Fi so you'll be able to make calls on T-Mobile's standard cellular network and your home wireless broadband network. And like T-Mobile's other HotSpot @Home handsets, the Nokia 6086, Samsung Katalyst, and Samsung SGH-T409, you can switch between regular and Wi-Fi calls without interruption. Features for both phones are functional without being flashy. The 6301 includes a music player, stereo Bluetooth, a 2-megapixel camera, a speakerphone, messaging, an expandable memory slot, and an FM radio. It also comes with a docking/charging station. The SGH-T339 offers a music player, stereo Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a speakerphone, an expandable memory slot, and messaging. The 6301 is $79.99 with service and the T339 is $49 with service.
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