AT&T to sell Garmin GPS personal trackers

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AT&T announced it will sell the GTU 10, Garmin personal trackers, at select stores and through AT&T online at starting on May 15th.  Garmin (NASDAQ:GRMN), is the parent company of a group of companies that develops aviation, marine, and consumer technologies for the Global Position System (GPS).  Garmin launched the GTU10 at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.


The GTU 10 sells for $199, including a year of basic tracking, and detailed tracking is provided for another $5 per month. The standard service, which costs $50 a year, lets users view the last ten locations of their device every day.


The waterproof Garmin GTU 10 is quite small at only 3 ½  inches and can be used to keep tabs on children, pets, property.  The rechargeable battery lasts one week on basic mode and as long as a month in Geofence mode.


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