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    What's the best LG phone out there. I need smartphone features, and IR, BT and would like usb and 802.11g. Radio and/or mp3. Did I mention placing calls? lol
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    Well first off, which carrier network technology i.e. GSM, CDMA do you want to use?

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    probably gsm



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    As much as i love LG phones, i wouldn't recommend any GSM ones, theres nothing that really catches my eye for GSM, now if you go CDMA then that's a different story...

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    cdma

    What carrier in the US uses cdma technology? I thought everyone used gsm.



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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderer17
    What carrier in the US uses cdma technology? I thought everyone used gsm.

    Verizon, Sprint, Alltel, US Cellular, Cricket, not uncluding all the prepaid services out there...

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    id go with verizon..i love their service..i get service in areas many of my friends don't...



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    I'm using three VX7000's and they're fine.

    The 8000 adds speakerphone and bluetooth, which would be nice...camera has more pixels.

    In my area, Verizon is offering the VX8000 at $150 each and the VX7000 at $100 each with a 2-year contract. The 7000 is available on e-Bay, but the pricing is around $125 for a used phone. But in that scenario, I would go with the 8000.

    With a Verizon deal, I only paid $50 each for the phones...it was buy 1, get 3 free.

    I found the VX7000 was dead simple to program so it uses my own WAP gateway. I also changed the MMS settings so that when I take a picture (or my kids take pictures) with the phones, they'll upload to our own websites (MMS_Diary: http://www.hellkvist.org)

    All of 'em will connect with a data cable for saving phonebooks or uploading the backups to the phone.



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