Verizon Wireless bring Moto Q 9c to the masses
Verizon Wireless and Motorola have come together, announcing the April availability of the MOTO Q 9c, making this the latest addition to keep the rest of Verizon Wireless’ MOTO Q family company. What’s so special about the MOTO Q 9c anyway? For starters, it boasts Verizon Wireless’ popular VZ Navigator service, and we shall learn more about this business class handset after the jump.
The MOTO Q 9c is somewhat similar to its predecessors – the MOTO Q 9m and the original MOTO Q. This productivity tool is perfect for business executives who are always out on the road, providing access to over 14 million points of interests for those who have signed up with Verizon Wireless’ VZ Navigator service. Customers will be able to take advantage of the visual and audible turn-by-turn directions to a destination, locate business meeting destinations, ATMs, restaurants, and other places in an area, get a map of a location, bookmark favorites and recent searches, and even share locations with others memory future-proofed up to 32 GB.
Verizon Wireless will be offering the MOTO Q 9c for $249.99 after you send in a $50 mail-in rebate and agree to a new two-year contract. For those who sign up for qualifying voice and data plans at the time of purchase, you will be able to benefit from another $100 credit toward the purchase of the handset, which means you will have spend just $149.99 on the MOTO Q 9c in total. Of course, what’s the point of picking up this smartphone if you aren’t planning to take advantage of its data-centric features? Verizon Wireless Nationwide E-mail plans for MOTO Q 9c start from $79.99 for 450 anytime voice minutes and unlimited e-mail, while the VZ Navigator comes with a $9.99 monthly access fee.