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    Re: Recommendations Please!

    Yeah, steer clear of Verizon if you want full bluetooth capabilities. I suggested T-Mobile earlier. Check them out and see how well they work in your area.


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    Re: Recommendations Please!

    Any suggestions which of their phones I should search for?



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    Re: Recommendations Please!

    Quote Originally Posted by spum
    Actually, Cingular is changing the name back to AT&T...


    I'd look at T-Mobile. They have great prices, and good phones. The thing that sucks about T-Mobile is their coverage. It's awful. When it works, it works really, really well, but if it doesn't work...it doesn't work.
    I just want to add to your comments about AT&T...

    SBC (that owns Cingular) bought out AT&T Wireless. Later AT&T bought out SBC. So soon, we will see AT&T Wireless again.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jeni1229
    Any suggestions which of their phones I should search for?
    Sorry, I don't know anything about T-Mobile's phones. I think they have the Sidekick which seems to be doing well. You could do some research on GSM phones and see what you like. Any GSM phone would be able to be unlocked and activated to T-Mobile's service.



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