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181. PCS Phone Audiovox CDM9100 (Sprint)
182. PCS Phone Samsung A460 (Sprint)
183. Sanyo SCP5150 PCS Phone (Sprint)
184. Samsung A400 Phone (Sprint)
 
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186. Audiovox CDM9155 PCS Phone (Sprint)
187. Handspring Treo 270 PDA Phone
188. Ericsson T68 Phone (T-Mobile)
189. PCS Phone Samsung A500 (Sprint)
190. PCS Phone Samsung N400 (Sprint)
 
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193. PCS Phone palmOne Treo 300 (Sprint)
 
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195. Sony Ericsson T68i Phone (T-Mobile)
196. Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
197. Samsung N105 Phone (T-Mobile)
198. PCS Phone LG 5250 (Sprint)
199. PCS Phone Sanyo SCP6200 (Sprint)
200. Motorola i60c Phone (Nextel)

181. PCS Phone Audiovox CDM9100 (Sprint)
by Audiovox
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99
Asin: B0000682UQ
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Editorial Review

The Audiovox CDM-9100 from Sprint PCS has great features at an attractive price. It's currently the only handsetfrom Audiovox that Sprint is offering, although that may change soon. The 9100 has many upper-end features thatsimilarly priced handsets don't offer, and in an attractive package to boot. Read more

Features

  • Built-in speakerphone
  • Web enabled
  • Supports voice-activated dialing
  • Up to 170 minutes' digital talk time; 170 hours' digital standby time
  • Includes lithium-ion battery and travel charger

182. PCS Phone Samsung A460 (Sprint)
by Samsung
Wireless Phone
list price: $129.99
Asin: B000068ULO
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If you liked the Samsung A400, you’ll love the A460. With the A460, Samsung has kept all the great attributes of the A400 while adding a few polishes that make the A460 one of the sleekest phones on the market. Like it’s predecessor, it’s packed with easy-to-use features, such as voice-activated calling and one-touch Web access. It also retains the elegant two-tone silver finish. But it’s both lighter and more compact and includes an outside LCD screen, which allows you to see the time, date, and battery life without opening the phone. Read more

Features

  • External display shows incoming call phone numbers
  • Compact design with slim profile
  • Large screen displays up to 8 lines of text, 4 shades of grayscale
  • Supports downloadable ringers, images, and wallpapers
  • Full width keypad supports larger buttons, allows easy operation

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Elegant
This phone, despite all its problems, is by far my favorite cell phone ever. No, it doesn't have a camera. Yes, I too had trouble with the screen dying after 2 years (just as I was switching services, fortunately). So I wouldn't go buying one used.
4-0 out of 5 stars If your display dies...
Very common for the display screens (internal and external) on these phone to die after a year or two. Mine died after 2.5 years...BUT, I went into the LA Sprint Phone Store and they said, "this is a known problem" and replaced it on the spot for free with another one (factory reconditioned) and transferred the phone book entries. I did NOT have an extended contract. Pretty cool.

4-0 out of 5 stars User Friendly
This is a super user friendly phone.If all you want to do is make and receive calls this is a good phone for you.Here are some pros:
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183. Sanyo SCP5150 PCS Phone (Sprint)
by Sanyo
Wireless Phone
list price: $299.99
Asin: B00005U5SX
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Editorial Review

Compatible with Sprint cell phone service, the Sanyo SCP5150 phone offers plenty of great features including picture ID, voice-activated dialing, Internet access, text messaging, and a nutty-sounding game called Crab Catcher, all displayed on a 120 x 128, 256-color backlit LCD screen. Read more

Features

  • Compact flip phone with 2 inch color display
  • Identify incoming callers by stored images
  • Store up to 500 phone numbers and 300 emails & Internet links
  • 3 hours of talk time, 10 days of standby time
  • Electronic personal organizer

184. Samsung A400 Phone (Sprint)
by Samsung
Wireless Phone
list price: $149.99
Asin: B00005YVKN
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Much like the wildly successful SCH8500, Samsung's new dual-band SPH-A400 is packed with easy-to-use features that make it an indispensable tool for both business and pleasure. The solid construction, GPS capability, and voice-activated features are sure to win over a whole new generation of callers. Read more

Features

  • Stylish folder design protects keypad
  • 6-line display screen
  • One-touch minibrowser access
  • GPS embedded technology
  • Up to 180 minutes' digital talk time and 170 hours' digital standby time

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality
A400 is perhaps one of the poorest quality cell phone built by Samsung. It must have been really bad because they stopped producing it almost an year back.
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186. Audiovox CDM9155 PCS Phone (Sprint)
by Audiovox
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99
Asin: B000068WPO
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Compatible with Sprint cell phone service the Audiovox CDM9155 features an Internet browser, text messaging, speakerphone, changeable faceplates so you can customize your phone's exterior appearance, and more, all displayed on a 7-line grayscale screen. It runs on CDMA service. Read more

Features

  • Includes two-way speakerphone, GPS tracking
  • Features high-speed data transfer
  • Uses Openwave 4.1 internet browsing software
  • Talk time up to 2.8 hours, standby up to 150 hours
  • Includes battery, AC charger, charger cord , user documentation

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Cheap Phone
I bought this phone NEW for $20 from Sprint, over a year ago.I have dropped my phone at least 8 times and it keeps on ticking.I even tore the antenna out of the phone and it still works/receives calls with, even with one bar, lol.The battery life is amazing, days on end of stand-by time and usually around 3-4 hours of talk time.This is the cheapest, most simplistic phone I have ever had, but it's one of the best.Easy to use, it just needs text messaging and it would be awesome. ... Read more


187. Handspring Treo 270 PDA Phone (T-Mobile)
by Handspring
Electronics

Asin: B000068WPT
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Editorial Review

Handspring has always helped push the boundaries of PDAs that run the Palm operating system. They were the first to offer USB connectivity to the PC and created the Springboard expansion slot for adding modules such as a digital camera or a GPS receiver. The Treo 270, like the Treo 180, is a communications device coupled with a powerful computing platform. Unlike its predecessor, it includes a dazzling full-color screen. Read more

Features

  • Combines a GSM mobile phone with a 16 MB Palm OS organizer
  • Full color display with backlit keyboard
  • Send and receive e-mail and access the Web wirelessly with easy-to-use keyboard
  • Synchronize data with your PC or Mac in seconds with USB connection
  • Includes travel charger, stylus, and hands-free headset

188. Ericsson T68 Phone (T-Mobile)
by Ericsson
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99
Asin: B000068WQ4
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Editorial Review

BThe first of a new breed of cell phones, the T68 packs a full load of cutting-edge features—most notably Bluetooth technology and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) for mobile Internet connectivity. Just as pleasing, though, is the revolutionary PC-like 256-color graphic interface, making it easy to program most settings without even glancing at the manual. Read more

Features

  • GPRS connection for quick Internet access
  • Bluetooth connectivity for wireless data transfer between other Bluetooth devices
  • Color display with customizable screen savers
  • Easy operation and menu navigation with joystick
  • Includes battery, rapid charger, and earbud

189. PCS Phone Samsung A500 (Sprint)
by Samsung
Wireless Phone
list price: $199.99
Asin: B00006H31N
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Compact, data-ready flip phone with external caller ID.
  • 20,000 pixel multicolor display
  • High speed data transmission for quick Internet surfing
  • Voice recognition and customizable ringers, wallpapers, pictures and more
  • Store more with internal phone book that manages up to 250 entries

190. PCS Phone Samsung N400 (Sprint)
by Samsung
Wireless Phone
list price: $149.99
Asin: B00006H31O
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Color display, visible when phone is closed for easy caller id
  • Custom ringers and images available via download
  • Built-in speakerphone
  • Phone book stores 250 entries
  • Includes battery and user documentation

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Who dropped the ball at samsung?!?
This phone is quite possibly the worst item to ever hit the hot little hands of consumers in the history of the entire universe.It might as well have a button that retracts razor blades to cut the users hands off.... that would even be a welcomed feature IF IT WORKED! This phone can't hold a call for longer than 1 minute on a good day in ideal conditions.If its raining or a small insect flies within the path of the antenna and the receiving tower, you better have that person's number on speed dial because you will be calling them back!I have never had a phone, correction, i have never had ANYTHING i have hated more than this piece!I had a samsung a400 before this one and it worked great! In fact i dropped it in my pool TWICE and it still recovered!I thought another samsung phone would be equally great but it seems that someone overlooked the whole phone part of the design and focused more attention on making it roughly the size of Zack Morris' phone on Saved By The Bell!The battery should have been equipped with a hand crank in order to "Charge On The Go" and maybe even an optional foam outer casing because of the thousands of times you will want to throw the SOB against a wall!Do yourself a favor and destroy any Samsung N400 phone you ever see.With your help, we could rid the world of this horrible device.... it hasnt been proven, but i would not be suprised if the ozone layer corrected itself after these phones are all destroyed!Israel would become a peaceful nation and Pennsylvania would probably fix their roads!Peace Out!

1-0 out of 5 stars This phone is crap
Everything that the reviewer below (Sarahnoid) said is accurate.
1-0 out of 5 stars I wish it were possible to give 0 stars.
This phone was sent to me as a replacement when my fabulous Sanyo lost an argument with gravity.It is, quite possibly, the most worthless piece of crap I've ever owned.It's so horrible that I've called Sprint on several occasions trying to get a replacement for this phone, as it doesn't work very well, if at all.I'm always told that since it was issued to me through the insurance policy I took out on my plan, I have to go through the insurance company.The insurance company then tells me that if I get another phone via the insurance, they will cancel my insurance, as two phones in a year is some sort of red flag--nevermind that the one they sent me is worthless.
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193. PCS Phone palmOne Treo 300 (Sprint)
Wireless Phone
list price: $249.99
Asin: B00006IRI7
Sales Rank: 3626
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Combines a PCS Vision mobile phone with a 16 MB Palm OS organizer
  • Full color display with backlit keyboard
  • Send and receive e-mail and access the Web wirelessly with easy-to-use keyboard
  • Synchronize data with your PC or Mac in seconds with USB connection
  • Includes travel charger, stylus, and hands-free headset

Reviews (30)

1-0 out of 5 stars Almost as bad as my old Samsung
This phone could have been a great phone but it was a prototype. DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE. Buy the 650 and choose Verzion. Sprint's a joke. I've tried them three different times and this was my last time.

1-0 out of 5 stars never use sprint again
This review has nothing to do with this phone. I am very unhappy about their service.
4-0 out of 5 stars Treo 300 Review
The item looks more like "used refurbished" than "like new" as described, but works good and came with lots of accessories. Overall great value. Thanks. ... Read more


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195. Sony Ericsson T68i Phone (T-Mobile)
by Ericsson
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99
Asin: B00006IZBP
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • GPRS connection for quick Internet access
  • Bluetooth connectivity for wireless data transfer between other Bluetooth devices
  • Color display with customizable screen savers
  • Easy operation and menu navigation with joystick
  • Includes battery, rapid charger, and handsfree headset

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars i love this phone!
I bought a T68i only for trips to Europe.It not only worked perfectly but I wanted to throw away my old cell back home.It's most notable aspect (after using a new SDA) is the intellegent and intuitive interface.Everything works as you would expect!No 'why the heck did it do THAT' experiences.Maybe it's the way the keys light up or the great screen or tones...

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but can be Better
This phone is good :
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196. Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $329.99
Asin: B00006J9HH
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Based on Motorola’s i90c phone, the i95cl offers some valuable upgrades that increase the functionality of the phone significantly. The new highlights include a full-color display with an eight-line screen, plus more memory to handle Java programs. Read more

Features

  • Voice-activated dialing
  • Speakerphone function for hands-free calling
  • Includes Java-powered applications
  • Wireless web enabled
  • Includes 750mAh lithium-ion battery, travel charger and holster belt clip

Reviews (22)

1-0 out of 5 stars WARNING
My problems with nextel did not stop when I canceled my service. I will get to the problems with the service. When I went to get a new phone a day before my contract expired, I of course wanted to keep my number. So as I went to get my Cingular phone (highly recommended), I had the old number switched to my new number. Today, I get in the mail my nextel statement for the month with a $200 early termination even though I had not canceled my service, but had simply got a new phone and switched my number over. This was on icing on the cake after 2 years of absolutely amazingy bad service from nextel. In my town, not a small town by any means, there are very few places that have any service. In the largest subdivision, you cannot get service anywhere. I constantly get comments from people trying to reach me that get the classic nextel line...Please hold while the nextel subscriber you are trying to reach is located. Most of the time I would not even recieve incoming calls, calls would go straight to my voice mail. Not only would I not get the calls, but often I would not even get the voice mails until days or even weeks later. When I did actually take calls (and call out), I cannot count the number of times I've had my call dropped. I recieved so many different error messages sometimes I wonder if they just spend all their time at nextel thinking of different error messages to program into their phones. That brings me to the selling point of nextel, the famed and well-loved direct connect feature. This is an absolute joke. Direct connect only works MAYBE half the time I tried to use it. Even then, in the middle of the conversation I would be greeted by the loud beep of my phone telling me I wont be talking to that person anymore. Of course, I would expect nothing less from the nextel network. Text messaging with nextel is next to impossible. If it did not take hours to send or recieve a message, it took days, or maybe didn't even come at all. The internet access was fine, it the rare instance that it worked. Of course, when you don't have service, you don't get the internet access either. I was constantly getting the message "network not available". Calling and trying to complain to nextel is futile. Trying to get through to customer service takes forever and once you get through they do nothing. My experience with nextel has been nothing short of a disaster and I write this trying to warn anyone considering nextel. Stick with Verizon or Cingular and you will be much happier in the end. Don't make the same mistake I did.

5-0 out of 5 stars i loved this phone
i had this phone for over a year, i loved it best phone i ever had, the only negative thing i can say is that the case is kinda weak and the holster holds the phone backwards so it doesnt break the external caller id if dropped, this means you have to take the phone out of the clip to answer the phone, unless you use speaker phone, id recommend this to anyone that wants nextel, best phone they had

5-0 out of 5 stars Great color phone for Nextel users
I've been a Nextel customer for years for both business and personal use. I've used almost all lines of phones. The i95cl was my favorite until i830 came along. The i95 is good for casual and especially heavy business users. The color LCD screen is huge compared to i730 and i830. Apparently Nextel had to reduce screen size in order to reduce phone size. That is one thing I miss in i830. I never had a problem with i95 size since it weighs about 5 oz. Great phone and I could not believe Nextel would discontinue it. *Note: I have an extra i95 for sale. It was my personal phone and in very good condition with some scratches. It is fully operational, travel charger and holster, shipping in USA included for flat $120.00. I will accept paypal only. Please email me if interested at leel1@netscape.com. ... Read more

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197. Samsung N105 Phone (T-Mobile)
by Samsung
Wireless Phone
list price: $79.99
Asin: B00005T41B
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Editorial Review

The Samsung N105 from VoiceStream Wireless sports a trim design and boatload of features, including dual-band GSM (900/1,900MHz) technology, voice commands, SMS support, and a minibrowser chock full of entertainment and messaging folders. And while our battery life often came up short, we think this cell phone is a worthy consideration for those who are looking for a solid performer with a handsome price tag. Read more

Features

  • Stylish lightweight phone
  • Slim profile with active flip cover
  • Personal Information Manager functions
  • 11 games, customizable ring tones
  • 4 hours of talk time, 5 days of standby time

198. PCS Phone LG 5250 (Sprint)
Wireless Phone
list price: $149.99
Asin: B00005V5TI
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Editorial Review

Building on the success of the TP5200, the folks at LGIC have outdone themselves with their new phone, the LG 5250.Lightweight and easy to use, this pintsized powerhouse combines a stylish exterior with more feature-packed functionalitythan you can shake a stick at. Read more


199. PCS Phone Sanyo SCP6200 (Sprint)
by Sanyo
Wireless Phone
list price: $199.99
Asin: B000062UI9
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Editorial Review

The SCP-6200, Sanyo's own twist on the recent smaller-is-better trend in cell phones, is the thinnest cell phone on the U.S. market. With a width of less than half an inch and a weight of only 2.65 ounces, the phone is ideal for slipping into a shirt pocket or purse, while still hosting a slew of features that belie its slim construction. Read more

Features

  • Thinnest phone on the market
  • Voice-activated dialing (20-entry storage)
  • Equipped for ringer and image downloads
  • Up to 2.25 hours' digital talk time, 160 hours' digital standby time
  • Includes lithium-ion battery and AC adapter

200. Motorola i60c Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $199.99
Asin: B00006JBIV
Sales Rank: 5472
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Direct Connect, digital two-way radio feature
  • Speakerphone function for hands-free calling
  • Wireless web enabled
  • AOL Instant Messenger service
  • Includes 750mAh lithium-ion battery and travel charger

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Phone Review
I know people that have had this phone in the Upstate NY area and have had wonderful experiences with this phone and other Moto phones.As for the idiot who had either poor or NO service with Nextel and stayed for 2 years and did not cancel there contract and pay the 200 dollar cancellation fee,I wish I could sell them something. How foolish could someone be,paying for NO SERVICE

1-0 out of 5 stars WARNING
My problems with nextel did not stop when I canceled my service. I will get to the problems with the service. When I went to get a new phone a day before my contract expired, I of course wanted to keep my number. So as I went to get my Cingular phone (highly recommended), I had the old number switched to my new number. Today, I get in the mail my nextel statement for the month with a $200 early termination even though I had not canceled my service, but had simply got a new phone and switched my number over. This was on icing on the cake after 2 years of absolutely amazingy bad service from nextel. In my town, not a small town by any means, there are very few places that have any service. In the largest subdivision, you cannot get service anywhere. I constantly get comments from people trying to reach me that get the classic nextel line...Please hold while the nextel subscriber you are trying to reach is located. Most of the time I would not even recieve incoming calls, calls would go straight to my voice mail. Not only would I not get the calls, but often I would not even get the voice mails until days or even weeks later. When I did actually take calls (and call out), I cannot count the number of times I've had my call dropped. I recieved so many different error messages sometimes I wonder if they just spend all their time at nextel thinking of different error messages to program into their phones. That brings me to the selling point of nextel, the famed and well-loved direct connect feature. This is an absolute joke. Direct connect only works MAYBE half the time I tried to use it. Even then, in the middle of the conversation I would be greeted by the loud beep of my phone telling me I wont be talking to that person anymore. Of course, I would expect nothing less from the nextel network. Text messaging with nextel is next to impossible. If it did not take hours to send or recieve a message, it took days, or maybe didn't even come at all. The internet access was fine, it the rare instance that it worked. Of course, when you don't have service, you don't get the internet access either. I was constantly getting the message "network not available". Calling and trying to complain to nextel is futile. Trying to get through to customer service takes forever and once you get through they do nothing. My experience with nextel has been nothing short of a disaster and I write this trying to warn anyone considering nextel. Stick with Verizon or Cingular and you will be much happier in the end. Don't make the same mistake I did.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good, utilitarian phone...
For those who just want a phone without the hassle of tons of options, it's a good phone.I've had the phone for almost two years, and I've never had a problem with it.It's fairly rugged, dependable, and an ok battery life.
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