i wireless Introduces Smartphones With 3G

i wireless offers 3g smartphonesi wireless continues to offer the latest in smartphones by delivering new Android-Based devices. Consumers are able to purchase Android-Based OS mobile devices at over two-hundred and fifty retail locations, including 3G capable models.

Mobile Devices that use the Android operating system will allow the consumer to personalize the looks and the feel of the phone, and also the functionality with over forty thousand applications which are available to download through the Android Market Store. The Android-Based mobile devices are preloaded with Google Applications and are built to multitask, which allows superior mobile experience.

Vice President of Marketing at i wireless, Gary Baron, said that they are very excited to add the most popular Android devices to their complete line-up of smartphones, and that Customers will be given the option to choose from Motorola, HTC, and Samsung models that best fits their lifestyle.

i wireless will offer a variety of Android mobile devices including the Motorola Milestone, the 3G Nexus One by Google, the HTC Hero, and the 3G Samsung Behold II, all of which are designed to take full advantage of the wide array of available applications.

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