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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 5262 13-Oct-2005 18:12

hey there,
yeah ive been fully slack lately, i am ment to be getting a Sanyo 7400 one of these days but have been a tad side tracke, went overseas for a bit....... got back and noticed these are still $500 bucks. i still reckon they are still a bit expensive, so does anyone know if there is going to be some sort of price drop on these phones in the next few weeks? im sure there are a few telecom guys on here lol....

thanks anyway

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  Reply # 21486 13-Oct-2005 19:00
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Hi there. The 8200s are currently on price drop to $299, i think they are going back up to $399 on 1st Nov.

I doubt there will be a price drop on the 7400. Its priced well in the grand scheme of TNZs CDMA phones, and heavy users (e.g. business/managed) can get this unit at zero cost.

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  Reply # 21490 13-Oct-2005 20:04

damn, nah i dont really want a 8200, ive got my mind set for that 7400, thanks for the info though....

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