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Topic # 5054 24-Sep-2005 02:05
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I jumped on the bandwaggon and ordered a Voq (Sierra Wireless) phone yesterday. It's my second foray into Windows Mobile SP (my 1st was the mxp200) and I'm siked waiting for it. One thing I'm sort of nervous about is the availability of batteries. Not trying to sound like a cheapskate, but every phone I've bought, I've been able to get a great deal on a battery (or accessory set) from ebay. This time around, it's a no go. Even checked cellphoneshop.com and nothing. The cheapest I found was $40US (yikes!)

Anyone else use/used a voq? What's your experiences?


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Reply # 20456 24-Sep-2005 10:05
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WOW I have never heard of these before

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Reply # 20457 24-Sep-2005 10:14
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It is a GSM Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphone, created by Sierra Wireless,with a hinged full QWERTY keyboard. It is going cheaper now because Sierra Wireless decided to take it off the lists. More information in our Smart Devices Database (click "List All Devices" to find other models).





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