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ATT and Samsung Introduce Samsung Rugby SGH-A837 Featuring Rugged, Push to Talk

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AT&T and Samsung announced today the availability of a new rugged, military-grade handset called Samsung Rugby, the first rugged handset to feature AT&T’s Video Share calling and to run on the Push to Talk network in US. With the introduction of the Samsung Rugby, AT&T is lowering its monthly cost for Push to Talk to $5 per month for users.
Samsung Rugby SGH-A837

Samsung Rugby allows a mobile workforce to be seemingly everywhere at once, with features such as Video Share and e-mail to reduce trips between work sites and Push to Talk to speed up decision making within work groups to reduce costly downtime. Whether on a trip to a new job site or looking for a place to eat lunch in a new area, Rugby is aGPS-capable. Assisted-GPS technology allows Rugby to locate itself to get you headed in the right direction quickly.

Available in black, deep burgundy and construction yellow color options, this rugged clamshell phone is certified to military standard MIL-STD-810F to withstand dust, shock, vibration, rain, humidity, solar radiation, altitude and temperature extremes, and it features a rubberized and metal casing that is easy to grip.
Samsung Rugby SGH-A837
The Samsung Rugby also includes multimedia features such as Cellular Video and AT&T Mobile Music to enjoy away from work or if rain forces you and your staff under cover. Additional features of the Samsung Rugby include advanced messaging options, 1.3 megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth technology and a microSD memory card slot.

Other key specifications of the Rugby include dual-band 3G connectivity and quad-band GSM technology, which allows AT&T customers to make calls in more than 200 countries and download data in more than 150.

The Samsung Rugby will be available for $129.99 with a two-year service agreement and after a $50 mail-in rebate. For a limited time, AT&T is offering small business customers the opportunity to activate five lines or more at a price of $79.99 on each device.

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