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    vicballin
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    what kinda phones do they sell?


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    mramc3
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    go to their website
    www.kyocera-wireless.com
    it depends what service provider is available to you.



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    tigerthadj
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    there phones are kinda hot..i wanna try that slider phone



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    the slider isnt doing too well. not a lot of people like it. they are not gonna make any new slider phones
    my phone



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    Originally posted by nexthescreen
    the slider isnt doing too well. not a lot of people like it. they are not gonna make any new slider phones
    I dont see why anyone would dislike it. I mean, i havnt actually used it yet (still need to get some kind of service going), but i set up all my stuff (ringtones, wallpaper, screen saver etc), and it seems awesome so far. Its nice and comfortable, too.
    Plus if it were spring loaded opening instead of manual, it would bear a nice resemblance to the phone in the matrix
    But anyway, if you are looking for a nice looking phone that probably works well too, you might wanna give the slider a look.



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    SlamShaft
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    Originally posted by GhostGuy
    I dont see why anyone would dislike it. I mean, i havnt actually used it yet (still need to get some kind of service going), but i set up all my stuff (ringtones, wallpaper, screen saver etc), and it seems awesome so far. Its nice and comfortable, too.
    Plus if it were spring loaded opening instead of manual, it would bear a nice resemblance to the phone in the matrix
    But anyway, if you are looking for a nice looking phone that probably works well too, you might wanna give the slider a look.
    Hi all! New member here, long time cell phone user.

    I had an LG VX4400 prior to just getting the Slider & I must say that I think the Slider is a better phone overall. The only drawbacks to the Slider are the following:

    1. The keypad is kinda small, so if you have big, fat fingers, you may have trouble dialing numbers.

    2. The Slider is dual-mode (digital only) where my VX4400 was tri-mode (digital & analog). Tri-mode comes in handy for those of you out in the sticks.

    3. The speakerphone on the loudest setting sounds tinty & can hurt your ears at times. For the best setting, I found that 5 bars on the volume setting of the speakerphone works best for me. Your results will vary of course.

    Other than those, I think that the Slider is an excellent phone! The call clarity is just as good as my LG & the signal strength is also equally as good. The display is also very bright & clear, much like the LG. In fact, I prefer the Slider's LCD to LG's (but they're both better than Motorola's IMO).

    That's about it for my review of the Slider. I picked mine up on 8.2.04 & it cost me $100 with a $50 mail in rebate from Verizon Wireless. To me, you can't beat that for such a great product such as this!

    Hope that helps!



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