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3360, 8260, or V60t? help me choose

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by peg, May 25, 2002.

  1. peg

    peg New Member

    May 17, 2002
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    I need some help choosing a new phone. I currently have the Nokia 6160i & have over juiced the battery ... so, I could either purchase a new battery or get a new phone. ATTWS has offered me a $100 equipment credit - so I could get the Nokia 3360 for free; Nokia 8260 for $79, or the Motorola V60t for $149. I heard there were software probs w/the 3360. ATTWS has stopped ordering the 8260 because they are getting a newer model. I'm wondering if I can justify spending $150 for a new phone (V60t)? Anyone out there have any suggestions that might help me choose a good phone. The reception on my Nokia has been great! I've only owned one Motorola phone & that was 8 years ago (the old big flip phones). thanks for the help!

    peg in oklahoma
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I recently went from a 6160 to a v60t. I like the motorola because I can carry it on my belt more easily, but the sound quality is no better than the Nokia. Why not buy a new battery now, and wait a few months until the AT&T GSM and GAIT phones come out? Then you will have more interesting phones to choose from.
  3. Jack

    Jack Silver Senior Member
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    Oct 31, 2001
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    My Phone:
    Motorola T720
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Well how about the 6360 for $149 then the $100 credit=$50

    Personally buy a battery on e-bay and use the credit that they offered when more of their gait phones hit the market

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