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That time-a year!

Discussion in 'The Roaming Zone' started by Gideon H, Nov 25, 2003.

  1. Gideon H

    Gideon H Quase Três Anos Com WA!
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    Yes it's that time of year when people who aren't stuck in contracts buy a new phone! So now I need help choosing one for myself, lol. I've been PM'ing some people and now I need more advise (looking for a popular vote [​IMG] ). So here's what I've been looking at:

    The LG VX6000 or Motorola C343 w/ Verizon,
    The Samsung VGA-1000 w/ Sprint,
    The Motorola V300 w/ T-mobile,
    and the Nokia 6560 or Motorola T721 w/ AT&T Wireless (EDIT). Used to say Verizon, oops lol.

    So which one is the best based on performance, features, and size do you think? Coverage isn't a problem for me because there are seven cellular towers on my high school's football field.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Gideon H

    Gideon H Quase Três Anos Com WA!
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    Nobody has any advice?
     
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  3. kranium007

    kranium007 Bronze Senior Member
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    the vx6000 with verizon is a great phone. i have the moto c333 not the 343 but its the same thing minus the color screen. good basic phone. my girlfriend uses the vx6000 great phone, fun features.

    i dont know much about the others.
     
  4. Tony E!

    Tony E! Retired Mod
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    if you go with sprint Sanyo 8100, 5500(new), Samsungs are good
    if you go with verizon lg 4400, lg6000, a530(silver) heck even a v60i is still good
    if you go with Cingular lg4050
    if you go with t-mobile take a pick
    if go you with Att, it doesn't matter which phone you get, it's useless
     
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  5. ComicalMoodyDan

    ComicalMoodyDan Gold Senior Member
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    If all carriers are good for you then personally I'd recommend the Samsung VGA-1000 with Sprint PCS. I think that's a cool looking phone myself.
     
  6. Gideon H

    Gideon H Quase Três Anos Com WA!
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    Thanks for all the advice! I'm probably going to look around now for the better deals now that I've sorted it down to the Samsung VGA1000, Motorola V300, and LG VX6000. Thanks again [​IMG]
     
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