Sometimes, the FCC can be an outlet for the most interesting of goods. Other times, the only things they have to share are things like the Nokia 2680 slider phone.
There’s nothing wrong with the Nokia 2680 – baseline handsets are a key product for the huge chunk of the market that isn’t completely obsessed with their phone. Hell, we wouldn’t even make fun of you if you bought it. I mean, how could we? With a presumably low-end camera, music player, and FM radio built right in, you’d be the talk of town when you picked up the kids from soccer camp in your mini-van.
Expect to slide out of AT&T with a Nokia 2680 for about $115 bucks sans-contract.