AT&T and NEC Introduce Ultra-Rugged Smartphone Designed for Hard Work, Real Life

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The ruggedized NEC Terrain combines toughened versatility and business-ready features like Enhanced Push-to-Talk and a full QWERTY keyboard to keep workforces moving forward. See how the Terrain breaks productivity barriers.

Are you a little rough on your mobile devices? You're in luck!

AT&T and NEC Corporation of America Wednesday announced the upcoming launch of the ultimate workhorse among ruggedized 4G LTE smartphones, the NEC Terrain™. As one of the most ruggedized phones equipped with AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT), NEC Terrain embodies toughened versatility and business-ready features. 

The device's design is aimed at breaking productivity barriers to keep workforces moving forward, while also keeping up with daily life outside of work. Available exclusively through AT&T Business Solutions channels and online beginning June 21, the NEC Terrain is priced at $99.99 with a two-year agreement and can be purchased at www.ATT.com/necterrain.

The NEC Terrain can also be used over Wi-Fi, giving U.S.-based customers improved in-building coverage and access to the service via compatible Wi-Fi networks. AT&T operates the U.S.’s largest Wi-Fi network, including more than 32,000 AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots. 

Featuring water and dustproof design, a scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass™ screen and sturdy core construct  that exceeds the military specifications (MIL-810G) for shock distribution, the NEC Terrain is a durable smartphone built to perform in the toughest working conditions, as well as stand up to  the most demanding families.

Designed to take the heavy beatings of a mobile workforce and equipped to fit right into BYOD policies, the NEC Terrain gives IT managers the assurance that internal data and programs are safe, secure and inaccessible to prying eyes via VPN and on-device encryption. Plus, IT teams can remotely deploy applications and provide additional security with remote locking and wiping.

Learn more about AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk.

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