Mumbai: Motorola and Canadian mobile services provder, Fido Solutions, have announced the availability of the Motorola Z6w Wi-Fi -enabled mobile phone, exclusive for Fido customers in Canada.
The Wi-Fi -enabled MOTO Z6w, Motorola is targetted at consumers on the move to enjoy seamless mobile and home phone services on a single device.
The GSM and wireless local area network (WLAN)-compatible handset extends the wireless world of consumers and business people by allowing them to take calls, browse the internet and enjoy multimedia across multiple service areas, automatically switching them between local networks to make the transition from home to any other areas such as workplace.
The technology allows consumers to talk as much as they want without using up their cellular minutes, saving them time and money, when they switch back to their home network
Motorola says that, the Z6w will operate on Fido's UNO service, which combines the benefits of cellular, home phone and high-speed Internet services into one handset. Customers can make unlimited local and Canadian long-distance wireless calls at home by leveraging an existing high-speed Internet connection with the same handset they use as their mobile device.
The Fido UNO wireless router, optimised for voice usage, enhances wireless call clarity and reception inside the home network. Customers use the same handset inside and outside the home offering the convenience of having one phone number, one voicemail, one address book and one bill - all on one phone.
The sleek, Z6w slider device offers an entertaining mobile experience with media-friendly features, including compatibility with Windows Media Player 11 on the PC, high-speed USB 2.0 for fast downloads, a 2.0 megapixel camera and video capture and up to 2GB of optional removable memory to store a large multimedia library.
According to Motorola, the Z6w is available exclusively at Fido for $60 with a three-year contract and UNO subscription.
Fido Solutions is a Canadian cellular telephone service provider. Fido pioneered GSM-based network in Canada and was the first wireless service provider in North America to offer general packet radio service (GPRS) on its network.