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Consumer Cellular releases Motorola Bravo Android handset

Yesterday Consumer Cellular announced the release of the Motorola Bravo. It’s their first Android handset, and it’s a decent offering at that. The Bravo features a 3.7-inch touchscreen and runs Android 2.2. It also comes with Swype, which is useful for people who aren’t used to typing without a physical keyboard. Consumer Cellular is highlighting its most expensive data plan, which includes 2,000 minutes and 100MB of data, for this handset. Customers who order the Bravo will instead get 200MB of data with that plan, which costs $20 per month on top of a standard voice plan. You can get the Bravo for $165 at Consumer Cellular’s website.

2 Responses

  1. Mike Freeman Says

    Meh. Other Att mvnos offer 250 megs included, unlimited minutes, not just 2000 and for less then Consumer cell offers them for. They should get a clue.


    Posted on September 12th, 2011 at 4:07 am
  2. Consumer Cellular upgrades messaging and data plans | Prepaid Reviews Says

    [...] This will go over particularly well with customers who have purchased, or plan to purchase, the Motorola Bravo, Consumer Cellular’s first Android handset. After the break we’ll break down the new [...]


    Posted on November 15th, 2011 at 12:43 pm

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