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SOUTH U.S. -- Need Help on picking phone

Discussion in 'T-Mobile Forum' started by jimmyray1990, Nov 23, 2008.

  1. jimmyray1990

    jimmyray1990 New Member

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    So i went into T-Mobile Saturday and picked me up a HTC Shadow and i just don't like this phone at first the Sidekick was on my mind until i saw the Blackberry Flip (i used to have a blackberry pearl on sprint) but i just don't know what to choose one feature i do like on the Shadow is the Wi-Fi access and one thing i like on the sidekick is a full keyboard and the flip screen. So which phone is recommend (for a college student that likes e-mail on the go and multimedia) i looked at both plans and they are about the same price each month but i dunno which phone has more features and the Wi-Fi? The Shadow just don't cut it, i have to look at windows enough and not on my mobile device and the device crashes all the time.

    Also T-mobile service kicks butt i get service almost everywhere
     
  2. COtech

    COtech Bronze Senior Member
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    Perhaps you could look at the HTC G1, with the Android OS from Google. You might read the reviews on Phone Scoop first. It has WiFi also, and 3G data on their new AWS band (1700/2100 MHz). I don't know if that's installed on your SC towers yet, but the G1 falls back to EDGE and GPRS. It has a full keyboard, and no Windows Mobile.

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