Just in case you didn't know, Verizon's BlackBerry Tour 9630 now has support for PTT, which it apparently received with an app included in the OS 5.0 update issued earlier. Once the app is installed, the Tour's so-called convenience button on the side will be instantly turned into a PTT button. And the best thing is that the service is free of charge if you activate both a "qualifying" voice plan and BlackBerry data plan.
Verizon has officially launched the Samsung Reality. It is a mid-range phone similar to the Samsung Rogue, and is currently available for $79.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate with a mandatory minimum $9.99 data plan that provides for 25MB of data per month. Features incluude:
For those unaware, the Motorola Devour is currently available from Verizon for $149.99 after a $100 rebate (mail-in, if you buy it from store) on a new two-year contract. Interesting fact: it's $50 cheaper to buy a Droid online today than it is to buy a Devour in-store. Know what you're choosing.
Verizon announced it will begin selling the Samsung Reality starting April 22nd. It's a mid-range handset with a 3″ WQVGA display, 4-row sliding QWERTY keypad, and a 3.2Mpix camera. The phone will set you back $79.99 after rebates on a 2-year deal with the subscription to either the Nationwide Talk or Nationwide Talk & Text plan + $9.99 monthly for 25MB of data.
In case you didn't know, Verizon Wireless' Palm Pre Plus smartphone is currently selling at Walmart for $29.99 with a 2-year contract. On the same conditions you can also get the Palm Pixi Plus for free. The choice is yours.