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AT&T LG Quantum no longer available

We've had word, which we're confirmed, that you can no longer purchase the LG Quantum from AT&T, via their online store or on the phone. This ties in with our secret AT&T tipster who took a screenshot of the Samsung Focus and LG Quantum being discontinued. AT&T has just recently halted the HTC Surround (opens in new tab) too.

Second generation handsets have a plot to move into, so it'll be interesting to see the Samsung Focus S come to stores soon, not to mention possibly the Focus Flash (opens in new tab) or a Nokia handset (opens in new tab).

Thanks, @toenies (opens in new tab), for the heads up

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

7 Comments
  • sad i like this little fellow battery life great and its small
  • They were too expensive anyway. Amazonwireless and Best Buy offer them for one cent.
  • $49 is too expensive? Got mine for free back in March anyway...When they were all first released at $199-THAT was expensive..
  • Still like mine, runs great and I paid too much, but I had to have one right away. Hope there a slider to replace it, hard to live without that feature now that I've had one.
  • I don't know. No release dates announced for AT&Ts new WP lineup, and almost all their phones have been discontinued. What if someone goes shopping tonight. I know new releases are imminent, but availability could still be 4-5 weeks away. Just don't like the timing.
  • I love this phone. But I'm ready to get rid of the slider. I'm ready for Nokia.
  • I'm confused as to why they would discontinue this phone without a proper replacement. Now there's nothing from AT&T for people like me who use side sliding QWERTY devices exclusively. I guess I'm in the minority.