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  1. #1
    Jonathan Wolfson
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    Are there SprintPCS cellular phones with USB ports built in? If not,
    someone should invent this. With the USB port you can transfer MP3
    files to the phone to act as ringers, and thus you do not have to pay
    for the ringer. Also, you can easily transport your phone book contacts
    to your PC which would enable you to easily put this stuff on another
    cell phone. Instead of the user having to pay more money for the phone,
    the phone companies will pay to have the USB ports on their phones, so
    that users will be more inclined to buy from them.




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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: USB Phones


    "Jonathan Wolfson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Are there SprintPCS cellular phones with USB ports built in? If not,
    > someone should invent this. With the USB port you can transfer MP3
    > files to the phone to act as ringers, and thus you do not have to pay
    > for the ringer. Also, you can easily transport your phone book contacts
    > to your PC which would enable you to easily put this stuff on another
    > cell phone. Instead of the user having to pay more money for the phone,
    > the phone companies will pay to have the USB ports on their phones, so
    > that users will be more inclined to buy from them.
    >


    Actually all the new SPCS phones can connect with a USB cable and there are
    many services out there other than SPCS where one can transfer files,
    address books, etc. The same USB cable allows the users to connect to the
    web as well.

    Bob





  3. #3
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: USB Phones


    "Jonathan Wolfson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Are there SprintPCS cellular phones with USB ports built in? If not,
    > someone should invent this. With the USB port you can transfer MP3
    > files to the phone to act as ringers, and thus you do not have to pay
    > for the ringer. Also, you can easily transport your phone book contacts
    > to your PC which would enable you to easily put this stuff on another
    > cell phone. Instead of the user having to pay more money for the phone,
    > the phone companies will pay to have the USB ports on their phones, so
    > that users will be more inclined to buy from them.
    >


    Actually all the new SPCS phones can connect with a USB cable and there are
    many services out there other than SPCS where one can transfer files,
    address books, etc. The same USB cable allows the users to connect to the
    web as well.

    Bob





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