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  1. #1
    Capn
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    when will sprint carry a palm/windows based phone that has analog band on
    it. Where I travel they don't have enough digital coverage and it's annoying
    carrying a seperate palm and phone. Anyone??

    Capt.





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  2. #2
    Craig
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    Re: all in one phones

    Capn wrote:
    > when will sprint carry a palm/windows based phone that has analog band on
    > it. Where I travel they don't have enough digital coverage and it's annoying
    > carrying a seperate palm and phone. Anyone??
    >
    > Capt.
    >
    >


    The I-500 is a tri-band Palm based phone. I've had mine for a year and
    a half and still really like it. It has a few shortcomings, but overall
    its a great phone. And the price has come down considerably lately.



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    Re: all in one phones

    Capn wrote:
    > when will sprint carry a palm/windows based phone that has analog band on
    > it. Where I travel they don't have enough digital coverage and it's annoying
    > carrying a seperate palm and phone. Anyone??


    You could probably get a QCP-6035 off of eBay, for a song. It's not
    Vision-capable. It's Wireless Web, at 14,400 bps. But it does have
    analog capability.

    Perhaps some of the Samsung phones might have analog?

    No matter what, you won't have data capability while on an analog link.



  4. #4
    Capn
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    Re: all in one phones

    I really don't care about the data capability, it's having access to my
    3000+ contacts in one device I can dial from. I looked at the I500, seemed
    like a brick. I just think it is funny that they make the treo 650 for gsm
    with all four bands and yet for the cdma market it's only 2 of the 3

    Capt.
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    > Capn wrote:
    >> when will sprint carry a palm/windows based phone that has analog band on
    >> it. Where I travel they don't have enough digital coverage and it's
    >> annoying carrying a seperate palm and phone. Anyone??

    >
    > You could probably get a QCP-6035 off of eBay, for a song. It's not
    > Vision-capable. It's Wireless Web, at 14,400 bps. But it does have
    > analog capability.
    >
    > Perhaps some of the Samsung phones might have analog?
    >
    > No matter what, you won't have data capability while on an analog link.






  5. #5
    Craig
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    Re: all in one phones

    The I500 is actually a small flip phone. I'm not sure if you're
    thinking of the Treo phones or the older I300. Check the website for specs.



    Capn wrote:
    > I really don't care about the data capability, it's having access to my
    > 3000+ contacts in one device I can dial from. I looked at the I500, seemed
    > like a brick. I just think it is funny that they make the treo 650 for gsm
    > with all four bands and yet for the cdma market it's only 2 of the 3
    >
    > Capt.
    > "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    >>Capn wrote:
    >>
    >>>when will sprint carry a palm/windows based phone that has analog band on
    >>>it. Where I travel they don't have enough digital coverage and it's
    >>>annoying carrying a seperate palm and phone. Anyone??

    >>
    >>You could probably get a QCP-6035 off of eBay, for a song. It's not
    >>Vision-capable. It's Wireless Web, at 14,400 bps. But it does have
    >>analog capability.
    >>
    >>Perhaps some of the Samsung phones might have analog?
    >>
    >>No matter what, you won't have data capability while on an analog link.

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    >
    >




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