Where Verizon is planning some huge releases for the next couple of months, AT&T is seemingly basking in the glory of the iPhone 3GS sales and is therefore satisfied in revealing some basic entry level GSM phones. The Pantech C 180 cleared by FCC is another one of such phones which is headed to the AT&T contingent. It is a bar style tri-band phone that bears semblance to the C630. The very nature of this phone can be judged by the fact that it lacks a Bluetooth device. What it does have though is a camera, a music player, FM radio and a slot for a microSD card. Its documents discuss Media Net which is a clear indication that the phone has a WAP browser.