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  1. #1
    G. Mark Stewart
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    I have a possibly dumb question to ask. I'm familiar
    with a time when cellphones could only be updated with
    subscriber info. a limited number of times.

    I want to upgrade my cellphone, few-month-old
    Treo600, with a Treo650, on the Sprint PCS
    network, and want to sell it.

    Is there any problem with this or limitation
    for the new owner? Programming, etc.? Other
    than the new owner has to be another Sprint
    subscriber?

    Is there a better deal or any drawback from
    my purchasing a new phone for SprintPCS from
    anyone else, say, Palm One directly?

    TIA!

    Mark



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  2. #2
    Guy Bannis
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    Re: Can I SELL a Cellphone???

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (G. Mark Stewart) wrote:

    > Is there any problem with this or limitation
    > for the new owner? Programming, etc.? Other
    > than the new owner has to be another Sprint
    > subscriber?
    >
    > Is there a better deal or any drawback from
    > my purchasing a new phone for SprintPCS from
    > anyone else, say, Palm One directly?


    These seem to be questions SPRINT can answer for you.

    I know they can decommission a phone, and recommission it again.



  3. #3
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: Can I SELL a Cellphone???


    "G. Mark Stewart" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I have a possibly dumb question to ask. I'm familiar
    > with a time when cellphones could only be updated with
    > subscriber info. a limited number of times.
    >
    > I want to upgrade my cellphone, few-month-old
    > Treo600, with a Treo650, on the Sprint PCS
    > network, and want to sell it.
    >
    > Is there any problem with this or limitation
    > for the new owner?


    As long as you don't have any problems with your account, i.e.: own SPCS
    money, you should have no problem selling the phone.

    > Programming, etc.? Other
    > than the new owner has to be another Sprint
    > subscriber?


    Shouldn't be any problem what so ever.
    >
    > Is there a better deal or any drawback from
    > my purchasing a new phone for SprintPCS from
    > anyone else, say, Palm One directly?
    >

    Mark, SPCS has always said that they aren't always the cheapest. If you can
    find it cheaper somewhere else, go for it. You won't qualify for the $150
    promotion, as you haven't had your telephone number on your 600 for 18
    months. So, if you can find the 650 cheaper some place else, like
    Amazon.com, Best Buy or any other place that sells SPCS phones ... go for
    it.

    Bob