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Topic # 7945 23-May-2006 12:32
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Any Chance of this appearing on Telecom's network and time soon?

http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/details.jsp?globalObjectId=129

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  Reply # 36379 23-May-2006 12:49
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Verizon currently have this phone. Sprint dont and since Telecom usually get the phones Sprint have it could be doubtful that we will see it here. Its already been out 6 months

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  Reply # 36394 23-May-2006 16:43
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keep an eye out for similar offerings from Samsung, including a pink phone.... (yes - you heard me - a pink CDMA phone on TNZ)







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  Reply # 36396 23-May-2006 16:51
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Pink and EVDO

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  Reply # 37975 8-Jun-2006 15:09
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The "copy cat" Samsung A900 Blade has been lauched @ $699 RRP

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  Reply # 38270 12-Jun-2006 13:53
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Have Samsung phones improved much over the last few years?  The last one I had was the A590 and it drove me insane because  of some of its awful bugs... e.g. I'd be in the middle of composing a text message, all of a sudden an SMS would come through and the phone would throw me out of the compose menu and delete the text I was writing.

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