Sprint also revealed it would launch its own versions of the Moto Razr and Slvr. Stay tuned for exact details on the devices.
One of the worst-kept secrets in the cell phone world is now out in official news. Sprint said today it would offer its own version of the Motorola Krzr K1m by early November. Sprint's announcement comes just days after Verizon launched the Razr-like handset on its Web site for $199 with a two-year contract. Sprint didn't reveal a price for its version of the Krzr, but the carrier did say it would offer full access to Sprint's video and music services including Sprint TV, Sprint Power View, Sprint Movies, and the Sprint Music store. Subscribers can sign up on Sprint's site for more information.
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