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Best VoiceStream/T-Mobile Phones

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Benicio436, Aug 11, 2002.

  1. Benicio436

    Benicio436 New Member

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    I am looking for a new phone from VS/T-Mobile. I would like to know which you all recommend. I've narrowed it down to the following phones:

    Samsung R225, Motorola T193, Samsung N105, and the Motorola Timeport P280.

    Price doesn't matter. I am looking for something that's decent at holding a signal, but still fairly small. Clarity is also somewhat of a concern. Thanks in advance for your help!!
     
  2. Matt

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    I'd put the t193 last.

    The others are all good - it depends on the size/features you want.
     
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    Ok! Thanks! I'll keep that in mind. As for the rest of the phones, I actually don't need any special features. I just would want the best all around phone.
     
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    I actually like all those phones. It all depends on preferance. I think the T193 is a very user friendly and well built phone. If I had to choose, I may go with the N105.
     
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    I would tell you to go with the Samsung R225. I started with a Nokia 8290 and hated it for not being able to hold the signal. Since then, I've had a Motorola V60g, and am now on Ericsson's T39m, both of which have much better signal and are clearer. So I would stay away from the T193. And the R225 is just the newest phone, with a nice screen and build, so that's why I would recommend it.
     
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    aiwapro Silver Senior Member
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    If price doesn't matter then you could step up to a higher model phone like the Samsung SGH-S100
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    Nokia 7210.

    These phones run about $600-$700.
     
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    The Samsung SGH-Q105 is a great phone. Very Clear & holds a good signal. Very light weight.

    Only negatives are: Needs more earpiece volume & ringer volume. Another problem is when phone is set to ring & vibrate you only get two rings & then it is vibration only.
     

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