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The company said it was the first U.S. wireless operator to offer the service, which is already available in Europe. To access the "mMode Pix" service, users must attach a miniature digital camera accessory to the bottom of a Sony Ericsson T68i phone, Once the camera is attached, the phone's screen becomes a viewfinder, and customers can take pictures by pushing a button. The camera can store 14 to 200 pictures depending on picture size.
The Sony Ericsson phone retails for $199.99 and the digital camera accessory costs $129.99. Customers also must subscribe to an AT&T Wireless voice calling plan, as well as its mMode mobile Web service. mMode Pix is available for no additional cost beyond standard mMode usage fees.
AT&T Wireless said users also can subscribe to a premium service that will allow them to post their pictures to online digital photo albums.
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|Title Annotation:||mobile phones take pictures and send to e-mail addresses|
|Publication:||Information Management Journal|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2002|
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