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Motorola Droid Pro Heads To Cellular South As The Motorola Milestone Plus



Cellular South, the largest privately held regional wireless carrier, and strong supporter of the Android OS has announced the addition of another Android device to their portfolio.

The Motorola Milestone Plus, bares a stunning resemblance to the Motorola Droid Pro on Verizon Wireless and the Motorola XPRT on Sprint.  The Motorola Milestone Plus is Cellular South’s first world phone. This phone will operate on Cellular South’s CDMA network and roaming partners and overseas via GSM.

In addition the device brings a portrait style, fixed QWERTY keboard, Android 2.2, and a powerful 1ghz operating system.

More after the break

For the business user the Motorola Milestone Plus includes Quickoffice Mobile Suite which gives users on the go access and the ability to edit and create Microsoft Office documents.

The Milestone Plus, like the Motorola XPRT, features enhanced corporate connectivity and security requirements welcomed by most IT departments. These enhancements include data encryption and the ability to remotely change passwords and wipe the phone and SD card if it becomes lost or stolen.  Sherry Stegall, Senior Vice President for Sales and Customer Operations at Cellular South added

“The Milestone Plus is an advanced, business-ready solution that provides users with the full smartphone experience and sets a new standard for enterprise.”

Some of the other key features of the Motorola Milestone Plus include:
– Full Google Apps support including Google+
– Microsoft Exchange support
– unified calendar for enterprise and calendar sync with Google Calendar
– Adobe Flash support
– Access to over 250,000 apps in the Android Market
and more.

The Motorola Milestone Plus is available now for $199.99 on a new two year agreement and after a $50 mail in reward card rebate via Cellular South stores and online at cellularsouth.com

Source: Cellular South

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