AT&T Wireless has announced it will immediately begin selling a bundle for HP iPAQ Bluetooth PDAs that includes a Nokia 6820. The EDGE (Enhanced Data GSM Environment) network promises average data speeds of 100 to 130 kbps, the fastest connection over a mobile network. There is no explanation as to why other Bluetooth PDAs, like the new Dell Axim X30, are not being supported.
From the release:
Enterprise customers who already own a Bluetooth-enabled iPAQ can receive the Nokia 6820 and HP Bluetooth connectivity software for as little as $74.99 when they sign-up for a monthly Wireless Data plan at $49.99 and any voice calling plan of $39.99 or above. Business customers can also selected a bundled solution includes a Nokia 6820 handset, a choice from among three iPAQ Models – the h2210, h4150 and h4350 – and HP Bluetooth connectivity software all for a discounted rate when coupled with voice and data service from AT&T Wireless. Enterprise customers who select the iPAQ h4350can receive the bundle for as little $423.99 when they sign-up for a monthly Wireless Data plan at $49.99 and any voice calling plan of $39.99 or above. Those selecting an iPAQ h4150 can receive the same bundle for as little as $374.98, and those choosing an iPAQ h2210 can receive it for as little as $404.98.