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A Pink Phone To Benefit Breast Cancer Foundation

A Pink Phone To Benefit Breast Cancer Foundation
Now Sanyo and Qwest are jointly offering a pink phone to promote the cause of breast cancer. Ten percent of the sales from this phone would go to Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation for raising awareness about breast cancer. At the present time only one model (Sanyo 3100) is available, but the company says more models would be available soon. This phone is tagged as a "pink phone with a heart" and has all new and nice features like a sleek design, dual LCD displays, a built-in camera, walkie-talkie-style communication, wireless download capabilities and an external speaker.

The phone has a friendly flip open design and has a VGA camera with digital zoom and a 65K-color internal display. The phone is compatible with digital and current services like Sprint PCS Vision, Sprint PCS Picture Mail and Ready Link. This phone costs $49.99 with two-year contract and weighs 3.5 ounces. Features of the phone include parental or business call-restriction settings.

"A key to our success at the Komen Foundation is that we collaborate with a variety of organizations to provide creative ways for people to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer," said Cindy Schneible, vice president of cause-related marketing and sponsorship at the Komen Foundation. "We are proud to have the opportunity to partner with Qwest and SANYO to allow wireless phone users to make a bold statement about breast cancer awareness and a valuable contribution to breast cancer research and community outreach programs."

"This is the pink phone with a heart," said Teresa Taylor, Qwest's executive vice president and chief human resources officer. "We are proud to work with SANYO to advance this important cause, and we hope our pink phones become another symbol of the Komen Foundation's important work in our community."

Features:
  • Features:
  • VGA camera with digital zoom
  • Four fashionable colors
  • 65K-color internal display
  • Large external display
  • Convenient speakerphone
  • Sprint PCS VisionSM-compatible for vivid multimedia services*
  • Sprint PCS Picture MailSM-capable so you can send digital pictures by e-mail*
  • Ready LinkSM-capable for walkie-talkie-style communication*
  • Supports Two-Way Text Messaging (additional charges apply)
  • Hands-free voice-activated dialing
  • Easy-to-use voice memo feature
  • 300-contact directory
  • Parental or business call-restriction settings
  • English and Spanish support
  • CDMA talk time: Up to 3.6 hours
  • Unit dimensions: 3.31 inches x 1.83 inches x 1.01 inches
  • Unit weight: 3.5 ounces

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Now Sanyo and Qwest are jointly offering a pink phone to promote the cause of breast cancer. Ten percent of the sales from this phone would go to Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation for raising awareness about breast cancer. At the present time only one model (Sanyo 3100) is available, but the company says more models would be available soon. This phone is tagged as a "pink phone with a heart" and has all new and nice features like a sleek design, dual LCD displays, a built-in camera, walkie-talkie-style communication, wireless download capabilities and an external speaker.

Medicineworld.org: A Pink Phone To Benefit Breast Cancer Foundation

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