DENVER, August 29, 2007 - Qwest Communications International Inc. (NYSE: Q) today announced that it has added the ultra-rugged SANYO SCP-7050 to its lineup of handsets. The SANYO SCP-7050 meets official U.S. Military Standard 810F specifications for vibration, dust and shock and features a high-quality speakerphone, tough rubber Dura-Grip(R) and voice-activated dialing.
In addition to withstanding harsh physical demands, the SANYO SCP-7050 supports the latest communications features that business professionals expect, including autonomous global positioning system (GPS) functionality and Bluetooth® wireless headset readiness.
"This latest phone from Qwest is perfect for people who work in rugged industries and equally great for people who like to play hard," said Frank Simanson, vice president of product at Qwest. "So, whether you?re an avid rock climber or a construction foreman, this is the phone for you."
The SANYO SCP-7050 is available at discounted prices with a 1- or 2-year Qwest Wireless contract for eligible customers. New and existing customers can visit a Qwest retail store, visit www.qwest.com/wireless or call 1 800-244-1111 for more information.
Qwest offers a unique and powerful combination of managed voice and data solutions for businesses, government agencies and consumers - locally and throughout the country. Customers coast to coast are turning to Qwest's industry-leading national fiber optic network and its Spirit of Service for quality products and superior customer experience. Qwest is a participant in Networx, the largest communications services contract in the world, to provide leading-edge voice, data and video services. For more information on Qwest, and its various operating subsidiaries, please go to www.qwest.com. For information about the products and services Qwest is offering in the Networx contract, visit www.gsanetworx.com.