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Monday, March 13, 2006
Cingular, T-Mobile Halt Razr Sales due to Glitch


Cingular Wireless and T-Mobile USA have temporarily stopped selling the Razr, Motorola's flagship cell phone, due to a technical glitch that causes the phone to drop calls or shut down, the companies said on Friday.

Motorola said only a limited number of phones were affected and the problem would have no impact on its financial results. The Razr, lauded for its thin design, was first sold in late 2004 and is still a key product for Motorola.

One analyst, Ed Snyder of Charter Equity Research, said he did not expect a material impact from the problem but expressed concerns about how Motorola manages its suppliers. Another analyst said the halted sales may hurt the phone companies' market shares.

Motorola spokesman Alan Buddendeck said the faulty phones were sold to operators between January 16 and February 28, with the first of the U.S. shipments on February 1. He did not say where else the phones were sold.

Motorola is still selling new Razrs and expects availability to return to normal by next week.

Cingular, the No. 1 U.S. mobile service, stopped selling the phones on Monday. Spokesman Mark Siegel said it hopes to make the Razr available again as quickly as possible.

T-Mobile USA pulled all Razrs from its shelves on Wednesday and hopes to start selling the phone again by early next week, according to a spokesman.


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