LG Invision now available on AT&T
I must admit, 3G networks have not really taken off to their full potential just yet. There are still plenty of people who have yet to pick up a 3G handset, let alone those who already own one who barely use their phones to perform 3G tasks such as video calls, surfing the Internet and streaming audio and video. AT&T hopes to change that with the LG Invision, bringing a video-centric phone to the masses without sacrificing on other phone specifications and features. The LG Invision might be the third AT&T Mobile TV-capable device in the market, and it is also the smallest in the US at this point in time, measuring just 4″ tall, 2″ wide and less than 0.5″ thin.
With its crystal-clear screen, TV fanatics can enjoy watching their favorite programming, including major college football games on CBS Mobile, ESPN Mobile TV, FOX Mobile and NBC2GO. Invision also offers Video Share calling and a 1.3 megapixel camera. Running on the nation’s fastest third-generation (3G) network, the Invision is pre-loaded with more than just video features, including AT&T Mobile Music, which provides fast access to downloadable music from eMusic, sideloading compatibility from Napster To Go and any unrestricted MP3 audio files and streaming digital radio by XM Radio Mobile. With Bluetooth 2.0 capabilities, you can wirelessly access music, listen to AT&T Mobile TV and make calls hands-free anytime.
Interested? You will be able to pick up the LG Invision from all company-owned AT&T stores and online (www.wireless.att.com) for just $99.99, albeit with a $50 mail-in rebate and a new two-year agreement. Depending on your budget, there are three packages of Mobile TV available, ranging from $13 all the way to $30 monthly. Of course, the more you pay, the more access you will obtain to various Mobile TV channels.