Verizon Wireless work with Paul Frank Industries


paulfrank.jpgIt looks as though dressing up your cellphone these days is pretty big business. Just take a look at your local cellphone store and you’ll realize that you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing an appropriate casing. There are tons of varieties to choose from, ranging from leather to clear plastic cases and even metal ones. It is safe to say that there is a cellphone case to suit every size and budget. Verizon Wireless and Paul Frank Industries aren’t lost when it comes to milking such a cash cow, and both companies have teamed up to create a new line of stylish PDA and cellphone cases and pouches. This PDA case you see is extremely versatile as its design enables it to hold just about any Verizon Wireless PDA, including the new LG Voyager.

As for the cellphone cases, they will come screen-printed in Paul Frank’s classic Julius the monkey pattern, where a faux suede interior, a carabineer clip and a removable wrist strap are included. Some of the other designs from Paul Frank include Skurvy, the skull and crossbones, and the retro helicopter pattern. Fashion-forward customers will definitely love this new range of Paul Frank accessories, letting them parade their handsets as the ultimate fashion accessory no matter where they go.

Last but not least, we have the pouch that will be available in both the Julius and helicopter patterns, featuring a printed neoprene design with a dual-snap closure that allows the strap to be secured to a purse or briefcase, fitting snugly over the majority of clamshell form factor handsets. Regardless of the type of case you pick up (PDA or cellphone), they will all retail for $24.99 each. As for the pouch, it will be $10 more affordable at $14.99. These three styles are currently available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores, including those located in Circuit City. For those who can’t be bothered to head out of their homes can always settle for an online shopping experience.

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