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Topic # 9193 28-Aug-2006 20:24
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Telecom is launching the New Sanyo 6600 Ice, which comes in both black and white. Features include Bluetooth and a VGA camera at a price point of $499 on a Telecom CDMA Open Term plan or Go Prepaid.

For more information visit the Telecom website;

Sanyo 6600W -,,204449-201928,00.html?productCode=SAN6600W&action=/mshop_handsetGallery

Sanyo 6600B -,,204449-201928,00.html?productCode=SAN6600B&action=/mshop_handsetGallery

Looks like a good phone, and is offers customer who liked the styling of the Samsung A900 an opportunity to own a similar phone at a lower price point.

Sanyo 6600w ClosedSanyo 6600w OpenSanyo 6600b ClosedSanyo 6600b open

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Reply # 44876 28-Aug-2006 20:39
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I take it this is another RAZR wannabe? The features look good and the price is reasonable, but I personally think it looks quite ugly.

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  Reply # 44880 28-Aug-2006 20:53
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Would not be my choice of phone either, quite happy with my 6265 Smile, and i beleive its worth the extra money.


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  Reply # 44881 28-Aug-2006 20:56
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in the morning, I am off to get one of these to replace my 6265, as my Apache is now my primary phone, so i want a much smaller unit as my secondary.

Assuming its as nice to use as other Sanyos of course.

I played with one briefly a few weeks ago, I thought it was a dummy because it was so light, but i pressed a key and it lit up!!

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  Reply # 44884 28-Aug-2006 21:05
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One thing to watch out on is the lack of true tones, althrough I am not sure if you can make your own and use a site like


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  Reply # 46110 14-Sep-2006 08:59
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Have been using this phone for 2 weeks now , It is really good easy to use the bluetooth is easy to use and the battery life is not too  bad either

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