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Topic # 5525 4-Nov-2005 16:25
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How many of you have a "normal" cell phone in tandem set-up? I'm trying to decide whether I should sell my Sanyo 5600 or not.

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Reply # 22644 4-Nov-2005 16:44
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hehe once you got apache you don't need it. unless you want Picture Messaging on Telecom.




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Reply # 22647 4-Nov-2005 17:10
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I don't think you will need a mobile phone if you have the Apache. It's quite a good size and easy to use. With the caveat pointed by chiefie.







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Reply # 22658 4-Nov-2005 18:31
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well now that I have the Apache in my hot little hand I have to agree that I dont need a phone anymore. Looks like the wife just got a nice Sanyo 5600 :-)


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Reply # 22659 4-Nov-2005 18:35
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The apache is great, i was a little disapointed by its smaller screen. But got used to it. Although i would not replace my beloved nokia with it. Its just a little big 2 use as a phone i feel, and i cant live without pxting

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