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What kind of PDA/Cell Phone do you use?


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allsecur3

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HP Ipaq 512...
Just a new ONE, starting to learn it. hehehe
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I have a Samsung Tocco & it's ace

3G Touchscreen Expandable memory

Sweet :)


Same here... Brilliant phone.
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Dsenette, saying the Blackberries annoy you doesn't give anyone else much of a basis for a comparison. My family often annoys me, but I like them anyway.

i disagree...some of my family annoys me...and i don't like them

but to placate you...

Blackberries annoy me for two main reasons....first i don't like their menu structure...they've got icons and stuff...but when you get into the settings (on the phones i've had the joy of playing with) the menus go flat....it's either the font they use in the menus or just the way they're laid out...but they look bad..... second i don't like the way they do email....i've got an exchange server...so why in the world does my email have to go through RIM to get to the phone? even if you get a BES you're still sending mail through the RIM system...why not just convince MS to let you use pocket outlook? then i can connect directly to my exchange server..

the one thing i liked about blackberry is the brick breaker game....one of my favorites
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I use the iPhone. Some people slate this phone but I do not know why.

I've never had one problem what so ever with it. Runs sweet as.
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I use the iPhone. Some people slate this phone but I do not know why.

I've never had one problem what so ever with it. Runs sweet as.


Vermont was the only state NOT to have access to the Iphone, because the only carrier that offered the iphone service was AT&T - Unicel was bought by Verizon Wireless in my area, but the FCC said that they had to sell all of Unicel to a competitor, because there are only 2 cell companies in Vermont (Unicel and Verizon) and Verizon had all of the landline business, before Fairpoint took over.

Today, (actaully as of this morning) we CAN use the Iphone in VT because AT&T owns Unicel - Howver, I don't think I will own one, because they are so expensive, and I don't need a music playing phone,

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Fair point, Im from in the UK so Im on the carrier o2.

Its a top phone, internet, email, phone calls, and my music wherever I am.

let alone the thousands of apps there are for it! Some of the apps are so useful.

Not to mention it has google maps built in so u get gps/sat nav for free. Obviously doesnt work aswell as a conventional sat nav but its in there.

It has a low spec camera pretty much the only downside I can think of.

I would highly recomend this phone to any body thinking of buying something like the tocco or the G1 or blackberry storm.
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I've got the HTC Touch Pro, which is Sprint's version of the Fuze. It's pretty nice. The slide-out keyboard is great if you text a lot. It's my first smartphone, so I don't really know how it compares to others. One of my friends has the Bold, and I like my Touch Pro better because WinMo is much more customizable. I've got a nice collection of mods and apps for that thing that wouldn't run on a Blackberry.

I have an HTC Touch Pro too :) It is also my first smartphone and I like how there's so much things I can do with it. I've had this since November :)
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I have a Motorola Razr V3xx. I've been with what bagan as Cingular, now is AT&T, for about 7 or 8 yrs now. I love the rollover minutes. I don't use my phone for anything fancy though. Mainly just as a phone. Occasionally I'll text or receive a text. I also love the blue tooth capability, mainly because of the hands free driving.

EDIT: I have "Country Boys can Survive" by Hank Williams Jr ringtone. He's awesome!

Edited by countryboypride77, 15 February 2009 - 09:08 AM.

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Mined died and I am stuck on a 2 year contract without one. GRRR
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I have an HTC Touch (The original not the Pro) and LOVE IT. I have flashed the heck out of it with custom roms etc.
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I have an HTC touch and I'm a bit disappointed. It's okay in all, but it's pretty slow, and the wireless shorts out all the time. Using the pen is a nightmare (although I found the Iphone to be a bit clumsy too,) not to bad with the fingers. Saving documents in office is a bit messed up. It's hard to find something worthwhile of downloading, most of the stuff don't work. But besides those issues it's not that bad.
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hey i have a nokia n95 the 8 gig verson so far the best phone i think ever to be given to this earth it has a 8 gig memory slot so no need for cards a big screen a 5mp camera with auto focus and i have so many apps for it its un belivable i also have dropped it and my mate dropped his in the toilet(lol) but it still works so if i were you nokia n95s are the best
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you'll probably laugh at this but i have the samsung sgh-a727 i told the at&t guy that i wanted something you could run over with a car and still have it work so he brought me this. so far i've dropped it like 3 times and used it in the rain once or twice and i have yet to have any issues at all!
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I have a Motorola Razr V3xx. I've been with what bagan as Cingular, now is AT&T, for about 7 or 8 yrs now. I love the rollover minutes. I don't use my phone for anything fancy though. Mainly just as a phone. Occasionally I'll text or receive a text. I also love the blue tooth capability, mainly because of the hands free driving.

EDIT: I have "Country Boys can Survive" by Hank Williams Jr ringtone. He's awesome!


...I'm with you. I just got one of those, too. (I'm on AT&T Go-Phone and use mine primarily 'just as a phone' too.) Also have Motorola Phone Tools v 5.1.3b (I can make my own ringtones from existing audio files with it). Yes, the v3 is on the way out (the Razr banner having passed to the v9 Razr2), but it's still a decent phone with some nice extras...Bluetooth works well in the car with my nüvi 770 GPS...has its limitations, though: 1.3MP camera; memory is limited to 2GB (uses microSD cards but cannot recognize SDHC microSD cards); MP3 limited to 128k max...
...but it's all I really need...
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I read the majority of the 2nd page. I might of missed it, but I'm surprised no one said, "I just use the free one you get when you sign on". Cause that's what I do. I can't give a great explanation of why, I just use a cell phone to make "phone" calls. I text every once in a while. So anything a phone has more than that is just a waste of money for me. I have like 3 pictures on my phone I think. :) Also, I only buy Samsung phone's. They have always lasted me until the upgrade discount comes and I like the way it text messages in comparison to Motorola phones. i.e. T9 Technology.

Samsung t229 - Red
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