AT&T launches Z9 with Navigator, Video Share

AT&T has inked a carriage deal with Motorola to offer the handset maker's GPS-centric MOTO Z9. The slider is available for $150 with a two-year contract and after a $50 online discount. The phone comes enabled with AT&T's TeleNav service, which it rebranded as AT&T Navigator. The handset also includes a microSD slot, stereo Bluetooth and quad-band GSM with support for 3.6Mbps HSDPA data. The Z9 is also the first Motorola handset to support AT&T's IMS application: Video Share.

For more on the Z9 at AT&T:
- read this press release

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