Rumor Mill: AT&T to offer Garmin phone for $500?

According to a report from Engadget, Garmin and AT&T are considering a $500 price point for the GPS-centric nuvifone plus a two-year contract and $19.99-a-month unlimited data and GPS plan. The 3.5 inch touchscreen phone also includes WiFi and a 3MP camera. The report follows from a Garmin survey that the blog intercepted, which aimed to gauge how interested consumers would be in the phone if offered at that price point.

For more on the nuvifone:
- read the full report at Engadget

Related: Read yesterday's coverage- Can Garmin find a home for nuvifone?


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