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Sonim XP1520SL Bolt Unit for AT&T Brand New

$299.95 $129.00
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SONIM1520SL
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Product Description

The Sonim XP1520 BOLT SL represents the optimal and a­fordable rugged choice for IT and Telecom Managers as well as independent contractors in industries such as Construction, Transportation and Logistics, Heavy Manufacturing and Agriculture who make sourcing decisions for mobile devices to be used by hundreds of related users. Equipped with Push-to-talk capabilities, the SonimXP1520 BOLT SL enables teams to work smarter with near-instantaneous one-to-one and one-to-many communications.

Combining the speed and reliability of 3G with ultra-rugged features, the Sonim XP1520 BOLT SL is the best solution to improve productivity and safety of workers in challenging environments. Built to Sonim’s world class Rugged Performance Standards, the Sonim XP1520 BOLT SL can be submerged in water, dropped onto concrete, driven over with a pickup truck without even missing a beat. Sonim’s RPS standards go far beyond standard Mil-Spec certifi‑cations allowing enterprises to keep critical business processes running while access to a range of targeted professional accessories will further enhance the solution.

Additionally, the XP1520 BOLT SL provides the lowest total cost of ownership of any professional mobile device, thanks to the industry-leading 3-year comprehensive warranty.

 

PTT- Push to Talk

RPS Certified

Corning Gorilla Glass for Extreme shock protection

Noise Cancelation

Beyond Mil Spec Drop Test

Submersible for 1 hour in 2 meters of water.

Warranty Information

3 Year Manufacture Warranty

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  1. Simple and rugged

    Posted by Travis on 10 June 2014

    This is an easy to use no frills hardcore rugged phone. We use them on our construction site and put them "through the ringer." We have cracked a screen or two but what can you expect when you run over it with a 40ton track hoe. The phone did still turn on by the way. The push to talk feature gave us trouble at first but that what a service problem not a phone problem.



 

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