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Re: [vox] [OT] Looking for cell phone suggestions

on Mon, Jan 27, 2003 at 04:14:04PM -0800, Rod Roark (rod@sunsetsystems.com) wrote:
> Hi all, it looks a bit slow here today, so I hope nobody minds this
> off-topic query.
> My old cellphone is pretty clunky by today's standards and the paint
> is wearing off the buttons, so it's time for a new one.  Only problem
> is, I can't find one I like.
> I don't want color or games or a built-in camera.  All I want is a
> reliable, sturdy phone.  A flip-thingy to protect the buttons would be
> nice, and good battery life, and not too heavy (say 5 oz. max).
> I hear AT&T has the best coverage around here, so TDMA compatibility
> would be best.  Sprint PCS would probably also be OK.  Anyone tried
> Verizon?

Cingular:  sucks, singularly.

Coverage:  dismal.

Customer service:  what's that?

Several folks I know swear by Verizon or SprintPCS.


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