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    Vapid
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    I've decided that my Nokia 3360 is outdated, so I'm getting another phone. Prepaid phone, that is. I was having trouble deciding which prepaid phones are best. I know I want a flip phone though . I'm probably willing to pay about $0-$150 dollars for the phone. I would like a camera phone, although I doubt that's possible . Most importantly, I would like reasonably priced minutes .

    If you could help, I'd appreciate it .


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    Last edited by Vapid; 07-17-2005 at 06:09 AM.




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    jack001
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    Cingular offers Moto V180 (or 150) camera phone for around 145 $ with their
    prepaid. Verizon and Immix also have great phones in that price range. You may check them out.



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    Vapid
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    Thank you, but they didn't have what I was looking for. I've heard of some smaller prepaid companies, do you happen to know of any? I'm really just looking for any type of flip phone at this point.

    Edit: Does anyone know how much Motorola v180's are from Speakout Wireless?
    Last edited by Vapid; 07-17-2005 at 11:35 PM.



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    erwin 10-4
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    check t-mo.
    prepaid on t-mo is once you reach the gold reward all you reload will be double.
    if you put $10 on gold rewards it will become $25. check it out.



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    Vapid
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    Quote Originally Posted by erwin 10-4
    check t-mo.
    prepaid on t-mo is once you reach the gold reward all you reload will be double.
    if you put $10 on gold rewards it will become $25. check it out.
    Yes, I was looking at their site earlier. Everything seems perfect for me. They have a phone I want in my price range too . Thanks for all of your help everyone.



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    digdug15
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    I'm currently using T-Mobile's prepaid service and so far, so good!

    In case anyone else reading this thread is trying to decide on a prepaid cell phone plan, I've put together a comparison chart at: http://www.goprepaid.net

    I started collecting this comparison data to help myself decide on a prepaid plan, but then I figured friends and family might find it useful as well...



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