Here is the Father's Day special announcement from AT&T:
"You cringe at that paisley tie... that weird plaid shirt... or that stenciled leather belt. And you groan at Dad?s beaten-up, aging cell phone. This Father?s Day, AT&T is giving families the chance to drag Dad into 2009 with lowest-ever $79.99 pricing for the Samsung Eternity, a cool touch screen phone compatible with several hot apps and services, including AT&T Mobile TV, AT&T NavigatorSM and AT&T FamilyMap.
The Samsung Eternity, with a vibrant 3.2-inch touch screen, boasts a full-touch QWERTY keypad providing customers access to messaging, AT&T Mobile Music with Napster Mobile and the 3.0 megapixel camera. The Eternity?s browser provides customers with the ability to navigate pages with the touch of a finger while surfing the Internet on the nation?s fastest 3G network.
For those who want to personalize their gift for dad, the Eternity also supports some of AT&T?s most popular services:
* For the TV fan, AT&T Mobile TV offers full-length, broadcast-quality live and time-shifted television programming from 12 leading news and entertainment brands: CBS Mobile, CNBC, Comedy Central, ESPN Mobile TV, FOX Mobile, FOX News, MSNBC, MTV, NBC2Go and Nickelodeon, as well as programming exclusive to AT&T customers from CNN Mobile and the movie channel Sony Crackle (formerly Sony PIX). Unlimited access to AT&T Mobile TV is available starting at $15 per month.
* For the dad who needs directions (but might never ask), AT&T Navigator can turn Eternity into a personal navigation device, providing GPS turn-by-turn voice-guided and on-screen directions complete with traffic alerts, one-touch rerouting, the ability to find gas by price, weather reports, pedestrian mode directions and more. AT&T Navigator is free for 30 days and then $9.99 per month.
* For dialed-in dads, AT&T FamilyMap is a convenient new tool that lets customers see the location of family members on a map from a PC or AT&T wireless phone. Subscribers can see details such as location on a map and surrounding landmarks like schools and parks, assign names and photos to each device within their account and label places they visit frequently, like ?Home? or ?Soccer Field.? Through the tool?s schedule checks option, parents can receive alerts at specified times via text or e-mail. AT&T FamilyMap is available for $9.99 per month to locate two phones on an account or $14.99 per month to locate up to five phones on an account. Families can try it for free for the first 30 days.
The Samsung Eternity is available through AT&T retail locations or online at http://www.wireless.att.com for $79.99 with a two-year service agreement. (Pay $129.99 and after mail-in rebate receive $50 AT&T Promotion Card. Two-year agreement and minimum $20 data or messaging plan required.)
For more information on AT&T offerings, visit www.att.com "