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$104.99
41. Motorola i605 Phone (Nextel)
$299.99
42. Motorola i920 Phone (Nextel)
$49.99
43. Motorola i355 Phone (Nextel)
$86.99
44. Motorola C155 Prepaid Phone (NET10)
$0.01
45. Motorola V188 Phone (T-Mobile)
$0.01
46. Motorola V180 Phone (Cingular)
$149.99
47. Motorola i836 Phone (Nextel)
48. Motorola V65p Push to Talk Phone
$49.99
49. Motorola V276 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
50. Motorola i90c Phone (Nextel)
$179.99
51. Motorola T300p Push to Talk Phone
52. Motorola V330 TMO to Go Prepaid
53. Motorola ROKR E1 iTunes Phone
54. Motorola i305 Phone (Nextel)
55. Motorola i60c Phone (Nextel)
56. Motorola i205 Phone (Nextel)
57. Motorola i530 Black Phone (Nextel)
58. Motorola V70 Phone (T-Mobile)
59. Motorola V400 Phone (Cingular)
60. Motorola i275 Phone - White (Nextel)

41. Motorola i605 Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $349.99 -- our price: $104.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009N5L98
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If you're a professional on the go and you need a rugged phone that will stand up to all you dish out, the Motorola i605 is for you. With a huge, stunning screen, as well as support for Bluetooth wireless technology, and Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie service, the i605 is a powerful mobile companion.Read more

Features

  • Extra large screen (262k colors, 176x220 pixels, 2.2 inch diagonal) is optimized for outdoor use with enhanced clarity for reading text, graphics, and phone icons
  • All weather and rugged design certified to Military Standard 810 F for dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, low pressure, and solar radiation
  • Direct Connect enabled - the walkie-talkie service that instantly connects you to all other Nextel users
  • GPS feature allows you to view your approximate location and when making 911 calls helps emergency personnel to locate you
  • Voice-activated dialing for your frequently used numbers

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a free unlocked Motorola RAZR v3i instead!
Why settle for less, or commit yourself to a specific cellular provider and service plan, when you can get a complimentary unlocked top of the line Motorola RAZR v3i cell phone that works with any cellular service provider and any SIM card. I got mine free at this web site:ilikethis.info/razrv3i

1-0 out of 5 stars Warranty? What warranty?
I had been very happy with my Motorola phone until the battery started losing its charge within a day, even when the phone was turned off. The friendly but incompetent customer support kept me on the phone for an average of 40 minutes for the repeated calls trying to figure out the problem. After the phone had finally been sent to their technical service center, they returned it to me that the phone was irreperable "due to customer abuse." I have done nothing to that phone that could have caused any damage (unless using it to make phone calls counts as "customer abuse"), but got the same comment, without explanation after I had sent the phone in for a second time for reevaluation. It seems that Motorola is just trying to get out of fixing or replacing the phone free of charge under warranty. You'll be fine with a Motorola phone as long as it works. After that, you're on your own.

3-0 out of 5 stars DOES NOT HAVE "DIRECT TALK", only "Direct Connect"
You should know that the description Amazon offers regarding the features for the i605 is incorrect in that the i605 only has the Direct Connect function (walkie-talkie-like service through the wireless phone network) but DOES NOT have the Direct Talk function (true walkie-talkie service direct handset to handset, even in areas where there is no Nextel signal).
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42. Motorola i920 Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $349.99 -- our price: $299.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000FMW0BU
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

When you want to take your whole world with you, look no further than the Nextel i920. This Windows Mobile-powered smartphone (Windows Mobile for Smartphones 2003 Second Edition) is designed to keep you in touch in ways that few other phones can. It's got great features, too, like an SD memory card slot and support for international service. Add that to Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie services, and you've got an indispensable mobile companion.Read more

Features

  • Walkie-Talkie Service: Walkie-Talkie service that instantly connects you to all other Nextel users - across town, across the country, and now even across borders to Latin America and Canada.
  • GPS Enabled: Lets you view your approximate location and when making 911 calls helps emergency personnel to locate you if your phone has adequate access to GPS satellite signal and the emergency response center is equipped to process such signals.
  • VibraCall┬« Alert: Notifies you of incoming phone calls, Walkie-Talkie calls, messages and Voicemail without a sound.
  • Recent Calls List: Access the last twenty sent and received calls for quick call return or number storage.
  • Accessory Connector Cover: Protect the bottom accessory connector from dust and debris with the attached cover.

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a free unlocked Motorola RAZR v3i instead!
Why settle for less, or commit yourself to a specific cellular provider and service plan, when you can get a complimentary unlocked top of the line Motorola RAZR v3i cell phone that works with any cellular service provider and any SIM card. I got mine free at this web site:ilikethis.info/razrv3i ... Read more

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43. Motorola i355 Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $149.99 -- our price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009N5LAW
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With a military-grade, ruggedized exterior and support for Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie service, the i355 makes no compromises. If you need a phone that can handle your rough and tumble world while keeping you in touch at all times, this handset is for you. Additional features like a speakerphone, access to mobile web and email services, and voice activated dialing make it a companion you won't be able to live without.Read more

Features

  • All weather and rugged design certified to Military Standard 810 F for dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, low pressure, and solar radiation
  • Direct Connect enabled - the walkie-talkie service that instantly connects you to all other Nextel users
  • GPS feature allows you to view your approximate location and when making 911 calls helps emergency personnel to locate you
  • Hands-free cellular conversations are always available with the built-in speakerphone
  • Voice-activated dialing for your frequently used numbers

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Why can't they make it for Cingular?!?!
For those who need a phone that will survive the elements and everyday wear and tear, this is your phone.Building for military standards is great.Cingular's Motorola V557 gets dents and dings on it if you make a mean face at it.Why can't Motorola make the i355, or at least a phone built to the same tough standards, for Cingular?
4-0 out of 5 stars Get a free unlocked Motorola RAZR v3i instead!
Why settle for less, or commit yourself to a specific cellular provider and service plan, when you can get a complimentary unlocked top of the line Motorola RAZR v3i cell phone that works with any cellular service provider and any SIM card. I got mine free at this web site:ilikethis.info/razrv3i

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone -- No Complaints
I work for a local trucking company as a driver, and I drive a dedicated shuttle.However, this means that I am constantly dropping one trailer and hooking to another.I am exposed to ALL of the ellements.
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44. Motorola C155 Prepaid Phone (NET10)
by TracFone
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99 -- our price: $86.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000BF74TY
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If you need a simple, no-frills phone that keeps you in touch, the Motorola C155 deserves a serious look. The compact, easy-to-use design is jeans pocket friendly, while still managing to include a color display and polyphonic ringtones. It's the perfect complement to a Net10 prepaid wireless account, which includes voice mail and text messaging services.Read more

Features

  • Compact, ergonomic and stylish with vivid color screen
  • Voice Mail, Caller ID, Call Waiting
  • Text messaging with iTAP predictive text entry
  • 20 pre-loaded polyphonic ringtones, games, pictures, wallpaper and screensavers
  • Limit 5 phones per customer.

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars info....
My tracfone has good reception. i like that it has free call waiting and free caller id. if you haven't activated your tracfone yet then the 'refer a friend program' will give each of us 100 free minutes. please send me an email and i will send you a fast referral. it's a win/win! thank you.
5-0 out of 5 stars Cell phone..
I've had my Tracfone for about 5 months now. The reception has been generally good. Once i got the phone activated, I haven't had any problems. Tracfone has a 'refer a friend' program that will give each of 100 free minutes. All you have to do is send me an email asking for a referral. My email is debsclay@gmail.com
5-0 out of 5 stars Nice phone
Very good phone.Nice color screen.Easy to read. Lots of features. ... Read more


45. Motorola V188 Phone (T-Mobile)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $119.99 -- our price: $0.01
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009F1ST8
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Billed as an entry-level phone, the Motorola v188 is actually a feature rich beauty with quad-band global coverage capability. Instant messaging, MP3 ringtones, dual displays, USB connectivity and gaming support are all here-- a significant step up from entry level phones of the past. It's the perfect companion to T-Mobile service.Read more

Features

  • Entry Level phone with a stylish and slim clamshell design
  • Quad band world phone that operates on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Talk handsfree with the 2 way integrated speakerphone
  • External caller ID so you can see who's calling before you answer your phone
  • Includes phone, charger and user documentation.

Reviews (48)

2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre
The plasma screen cracked within one month of purchase. The phone never fell nor did I treat it roughly. It just cracked in my pocket.
2-0 out of 5 stars Utter Krap
I'm really not that selective about cell phones.I don't want a camera, I don't care what it looks like, I don't need no fancy bluetooth garbage.I just want a phone that will call people, and I really like voice dialing, which was one of the reasons I selected this phone.That was where my disappointment began.
4-0 out of 5 stars This thing is built like a tank!!!
First of all I agree that the speakerphone is not the best but I'm here to tell you that this thing is built like a tank.I have dropped this phone no less than 50 times; on sidewalks, subway, running, etc., and it just keeps going and going.Yes, it's a no frills phone but I challenge you to find a tougher phone. ... Read more

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46. Motorola V180 Phone (Cingular)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $149.99 -- our price: $0.01
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0003QEAB6
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Billed as an entry-level phone, the Motorola v180 is actually a feature rich black beauty with quad-band global coverage capability. Instant messaging, MP3 ringtones, dual displays, USB connectivity and gaming support are all here-- a significant step up from entry level phones of the past. It's the perfect companion to Cingular Wireless service.Read more

Features

  • The sleek feature-forward model V180 offers mobile movers and shakers hip style without the hot price tag.
  • Polyphonic speaker for MP3 ring tunes and MPEG4 video playback
  • Large, vibrant color display with picture caller ID
  • Stylish clamshell design with integrated speakerphone
  • Includes phone, charger and user documentation.

Reviews (66)

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Bad Workmanship
The quality of this phone is a joke. The first problem was the hinge of the flip up part.It started having problems almost immediately with with the hinge sticking and cracking from regular use. In less than a year in had shorted out completely.The only good things about it a couple of loud ringers.DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY
4-0 out of 5 stars Great Basic Phone
If you're not a techy person, don't talk a lot and looking for a simple phone, this is a good one. I've had this phone for over a year with T-mobile. I never had any problems with my lcd screen that the other reviewers have experienced.
1-0 out of 5 stars Buy some thing else
The worst cell phone I have ever owned. PLEASE PLEASE dont waste your money on this paper weight. The screen gave problem on day 3, ever since then there has been some kind of problem or the other with this phone. We have two as part of a family plan and both have the exact same problem with the display screen. I hope Motorola people are reading this. Never again will I buy ANYTHING motorola. They just lost a valuable customer. ... Read more

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47. Motorola i836 Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $249.99 -- our price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009NEX6U
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Building on the success of the small, pocket-friendly Motorola i830, the new i836 sports a sleek new design and added features like multimedia messaging and group connect technology that make this a must-have upgrade. If you like style that is perfectly fused with functionality, give the i836 a serious look. Plus, with Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie technology, speakerphone capability and a vibrant color screen, the i836 is the right tool for getting the job done.Read more

Features

  • Stylish, lightweight design – lightest walkie-talkie phone on the market
  • Vibrant color display with (65K)
  • Java and GPS-enabled for location-based services including turn-by-turn driving directions with Telenav
  • Group Connect walkie-talkie – connect with 20 people nationwide, instantly
  • Multimedia Messaging – send/receive messages with audio and image attachments

Reviews (15)

1-0 out of 5 stars Run away from this phone & Nextel
I had 3 different i836's and all had the same problems.The phone looks great but it ends there.The battery life is short & the signal sucks - I went from an i205 that I had for 5 years - to the 836 which cut off 36% of my calls (according to Nextel's own records) - this phone is the worst phone I ever used - it goes from full signal (5 bars) to no service all day long - just back and forth. I use about 6000 minutes a month and I need a dependable phone and service provider.I wasted hours and hours arguing with Nextel and got nowhere. After 2 months of torture I cancelled my service with Sprint / Nextelthey charged me $200 temination fee and refused to allow me to return the $100 i836.I went into Verizon, got a Kyocera phone and it works great. I'm paying more for my monthly service, but it just works - with no hassles.The i836 is now a $300 paperweight. I would rather stick needles in my eyes then deal with Sprint / Nextel again. What a way to treat a 9 year loyal customer Nextel.Way to go.......

2-0 out of 5 stars I want my money back
For looks it is a nice phone, for everyday use... Dont waste your money. Not good signal, terrible sound on the speaker and very delicate to most regular use. I used for a long time the i90c... I miss it even though it was a bigger phone. I would not recomend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice Looking Piece Of Junk!
This phone is awful, I upgraded because my i80 (?) an old nextel brick was just too big and it snapped in half. this phone is the smalles they make right now. It has horrible battery l;ife, I am on my second battery because it will just cut out without warning when I am on the phone and have barely used it after a full charge. the signal is terrible, I don't have reception in places that I did with my older phone. the case scratches and chips easily and it just doesn't work!! If I paid for the phone I would have given it up long ago, but I use it for work heavily, dc and phone - when the battery is charged it does work fine. Another annoying thing is the volume buttons on the outside of the phone are easily pressed if the phone is in your pocket and will take itself off of vibrate without you knowing.
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48. Motorola V65p Push to Talk Phone (Verizon Wireless)
by Verizon Wireless
Wireless Phone
list price: $349.99
Asin: B0009N5LHA
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This basic phone from Motorola just got better. Like its predecessor, the V60p, it has push-to-talk capabilities, but with the addition of a color main screen and a larger supplementary screen. With a push-to-talk subscription from Verizon Wireless, you can communicate walkie-talkie style with a co-worker or entire teams anywhere in the country. The V65p more than pulls its weight as a cell phone, text messenger, and wireless web client, as well.Read more

Features

  • Tri-Band CDMA 1x w/ A-GPS tri-mode (800/1900/analog)
  • Push to Talk capable handset, you can talk with co-workers, associates and friends (PPT service required)
  • Talk and listen handsfree with integrated speakerphone
  • Call your most frequently used numbers with voice-activated dialing
  • Keep on top of your appointments with a built in date book with calendar

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a free unlocked Motorola RAZR v3i instead!
Why settle for less, or commit yourself to a specific cellular provider and service plan, when you can get a complimentary unlocked top of the line Motorola RAZR v3i cell phone that works with any cellular service provider and any SIM card. I got mine free at this web site:ilikethis.info/razrv3i

1-0 out of 5 stars Warranty? What warranty?
I had been very happy with my Motorola phone until the battery started losing its charge within a day, even when the phone was turned off. The friendly but incompetent customer support kept me on the phone for an average of 40 minutes for the repeated calls trying to figure out the problem. After the phone had finally been sent to their technical service center, they returned it to me that the phone was irreperable "due to customer abuse." I have done nothing to that phone that could have caused any damage (unless using it to make phone calls counts as "customer abuse"), but got the same comment, without explanation after I had sent the phone in for a second time for reevaluation. It seems that Motorola is just trying to get out of fixing or replacing the phone free of charge under warranty. You'll be fine with a Motorola phone as long as it works. After that, you're on your own.

4-0 out of 5 stars very solid phone
This is the updated version of the v60p, which I have.I would assume that it is built nearly identically to the v60p.As of today, I've had my v60p for 18 months, and it is still in great shape.The flip mechanism is still very strong, the reception is very good, the speakerphone is very clear, it is quite small yet still pretty ergonomic (fits faces well), and I have dropped it several times and said to myself, "well, it HAS to be broken this time," and it still works.I think this may be due to the fact that the phone's outer, interchangeable coverings are made of metal (stainless steel I guess).In other words, I feel like this thing is bomb-proof.I got it just before camera phones and downloadable ringtones were so popular, so I am dying to get a new one at the end of my two year contract, but I don't regret it because I don't think many other phones would still be functioning after the abuse I've inflicted upon it.This new version has the Get it Now features, so with this phone you're getting a durable handset with all the bells and whistles except a camera.High recommendation if you don't need or want a camera. ... Read more

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49. Motorola V276 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
by Verizon Wireless
Wireless Phone
list price: $279.99 -- our price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000AXEJBI
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This stylish flip phone delivers urban chic good looks and a healthy dose of powerful features, including a VGA (640 x 480) camera and support for multimedia messaging. The phone also supports Verizon's mobile Internet features so you can harness all that the wireless revolution has to offer.Read more

Features

  • Vibrant 65k Color Display (128 x 128) with integrated VGA camera
  • Speaker independent voice dial - just speak the name you want without prerecording it
  • Slick clamshell design with external caller ID
  • SMS, EMS, MMS enabled
  • BREW compatible for great gaming

Reviews (44)

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst Phone Ever!!
This is the worst mobile phone I have ever owned and I include my first phone in this statement.The phone doesn't hold a charge, drops calls for no reason, won't charge when plugged in, the list goes on.Everyone I know who has ever had this phone disliked it.Don't buy this phone, you'll regret it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Phone
I don't know what these people are talking about this is a good phone. I had no problems with it at all. I loved it.

5-0 out of 5 stars his phone is awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i go this phone from an arcade game for 50 cents!!! and it actully works really well. the camera is good and its really load when it comes to ringtones. verizon is a smart company because it doesnot let u use your voice records as ringtones, if that was the case u could get free music ringtones. i cant say anything about the web because i have not been on it yet.uhhh.... thats about it i recomend this phone aolt ... Read more


50. Motorola i90c Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $199.99
Asin: B000067BEY
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With a speakerphone, email and text messaging support, as well as support for Nextel's wireless web services, the i90c is the perfect companion. And of course, it supports Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie functions so you can connect with people in your work and personal network at the push of a button.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 (141)

1-0 out of 5 stars Nextel is most expensive service with the worst reception/service
Nextel has bad reception in Northeast USA. Not sure about the rest of the country. Also, Nextel has the highest price among all the other service providers. They add $24 additional surcharges and hidden cost on top of you monthly fee. Other carrier have approximately $10 additional charge. Nextel charge you more and you get less. Also, they have poor customer service with no compensation for you dropped calls or no service at all.

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 Owned them all
I have been with nextel for the last 10 years and i have owned every phone they have ever released from the IDEN to the I860 and the phone that I had the least amount of problems with is the I90. Great phone I miss it alot. ... Read more

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51. Motorola T300p Push to Talk Phone (Verizon Wireless)
by Verizon Wireless
Wireless Phone
list price: $299.99 -- our price: $179.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009N5LHU
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Editorial Review

Need a rugged, workhorse phone with the convenience of walkie-talkie communication? You'll find it in the Samsung T300p, a simple, candybar-style handset with everything you need for basic communication in a rough and tumble world -- and nothing you don't. With a push-to-talk subscription from Verizon Wireless, you can communicate walkie-talkie style with a co-worker or entire teams anywhere in the country. The T300p also serves as a cell phone (with a handy speakerphone), text messenger, and wireless web client.Read more

Features

  • 96 x 64 pixel B&W Display is Crisp, clear and easy to read even in sunlight - Displays up to 5 lines of text, icons and prompts
  • Integrated Push to Talk user interface and dedicated button (PTT service required)
  • Large easy-to-use keypad and a rugged design
  • High-quality integrated speakerphone
  • WAP 1.2 support for Internet access

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Warranty? What warranty?
I had been very happy with my Motorola phone until the battery started losing its charge within a day, even when the phone was turned off. The friendly but incompetent customer support kept me on the phone for an average of 40 minutes for the repeated calls trying to figure out the problem. After the phone had finally been sent to their technical service center, they returned it to me that the phone was irreperable "due to customer abuse." I have done nothing to that phone that could have caused any damage (unless using it to make phone calls counts as "customer abuse"), but got the same comment, without explanation after I had sent the phone in for a second time for reevaluation. It seems that Motorola is just trying to get out of fixing or replacing the phone free of charge under warranty. You'll be fine with a Motorola phone as long as it works. After that, you're on your own. ... Read more


52. Motorola V330 TMO to Go Prepaid Phone (T-Mobile)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $199.99
Asin: B0009OIJ5A
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Editorial Review

The V300 is a tough act to follow, but Motorola has a winner on their hands with their V300 successor, the V330. With welcome additions like Bluetooth, quad-band GSM and high-speed EDGE data capability, and a VGA camera with video capture, the V330 packs a powerful new punch. It's the perfect companion to T-Mobile To Go service.Read more

Features

  • Clamshell design with 65,000 color internal display and 2 line external caller display
  • Integrated VGA Digital Camera with 1x, 2x 4x zoom
  • Video clip capture and playback (up to 10 seconds)
  • Internet browser, and MMS (multimedia messaging service) text messaging
  • Limit 5 phones per customer.

Reviews (24)

2-0 out of 5 stars Horrible audio, pictures, and video. Otherwise just OK.
I've had this phone for a year now, and I'm sorry I ever bought it. The audio is absolutely HORRIBLE! Sometimes it's actually hard to understand the person calling, even with a 5 bar signal.
4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Phone
This Motoraola phone is Great. I had it for 6 months now( 3 three months prepaid and Now 3 months contract). the V330 is very realible and has great reception and super fast internet. Although with Pre-Paid service a lot of the phones features are disabled such as internation-roam, t-zones games, t-zones internet, and t-zones video. Before travilng abroad with this phone have it unlocked( After T-Mo does it for free) and get a sim card from the country you're in cause T-Mo roaming is supa expensive.
2-0 out of 5 stars Try a different phone
I have had so many problems with this phone and the service. Many times, when I'm trying to call someone, the phone would just sit idle, while it says that it's "calling" someone. I would have to shut it off and try again, only for it to happen again and again. Also, sometimes, when I'm dialing someone who is on my speed dial, and that I've called numerous times before, it would dial and reach another person. This gets to be quite ridiculous. Also, sometimes, when I'm calling someone, the phone will ring once and then won't ring again. It's frusterating, and personally, I'm glad that they took this phone off the market, however, I'm not quite convinced that it's just the phone. ... Read more

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53. Motorola ROKR E1 iTunes Phone (Cingular)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99
Asin: B000B8WJ3M
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The first phone to feature Apple iTunes software
  • Micro-SD (Transflash) Memory Card slot
  • Built-in VGA camera w/ Video Recording capability
  • Easy file transfer with USB connectivity
  • Bluetooth Technology for convient hands-free use

Reviews (69)

1-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Poor phone
After owning a Sony phone, I got a new plan with Cingular and wanted to get a phone so I wouldn't have to use different software for music or travel with a separate device to listen to music.
4-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone for Music Lovers
I bought this phone as an Upgrade from Cingular. At a first glance it really impressed me, because of its noteworthy features. Regarding I-tunes you can upload about 100 songs but not more than that. It lacks(disabled) the capability of upgrading the memory to include more songs. It can be plugged to any speakers, listened via earphones too. But uploading songs from a computer is really slow, it will take almost an hour to complete the process. More over it is difficult to access other options of the phone while playing the songs.
2-0 out of 5 stars Not impressed
I got a Rokr recently when my old contract with cingular was about to run out.It took my 3 months to get the phone in the first place (not the phones fault. that was the cingular store screwing up).Then once I got it i have had numerous problems with it.The most glaring being that anytime I try and use the camera the phone locks up.I have to remove the battery to reset the phone at that point as the phone won't even shut off. ... Read more


54. Motorola i305 Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $79.99
Asin: B00014SGBK
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The i305 is designed to withstand exposure to rain, sleet, and snow. Rubber encasing, interior linings and seals protect the phone's antenna, speakerphone, keys, battery door, and accessory connections against water intrusion
  • Hands-free cellular conversations are always available with the built-in speakerphone
  • Assign unique ring tones to contacts for audible notification and caller identification during incoming calls
  • Discrete vibrating call notifications in quiet or noisy environments
  • Change a setting to read phone menus and options in English, Spanish, and French

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a free unlocked Motorola RAZR v3i instead!
Why settle for less, or commit yourself to a specific cellular provider and service plan, when you can get a complimentary unlocked top of the line Motorola RAZR v3i cell phone that works with any cellular service provider and any SIM card. I got mine free at this web site:ilikethis.info/razrv3i

5-0 out of 5 stars No frilly teeny bopper features...
I do landscaping and my previous phone was too frail to take out the truck when I was working so I needed a tougher phone. I checked the website of the company I was with (I won't say the name but it rhymes w/ dingular) for such of phone to no avail. If I wanted one I could download the latest video from some nitwit celebrity they had me covered but anything practical was not there. Then I saw and advert for this phone and it has worked great. One review here complains of its size. If you want water resistant and shockproof what do you expect...a razr? I think not. If you want the protection, it is certainly going to be in a bigger package so expect a hardier phone. Again so far, I am very pleased to have a phone I can WORK with and not be in mortal fear of damaging it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Something That Fell Out Of The 80's
This phone would be great if it was 1980. The size of this beast is huge. Actually it is even bigger than my cordless house phone. It does not come with any type of holster or carrying device. I guess they felt the extra 50 pounds for a holster might be a turn off. The buttons are very hard to push and way to small considering the size of this grandfather clock of a phone and very hard on the fingers. The menus are sub tree devided. To get to a feature, you have to go through a maze and hope you find what you are looking for. It comes with 4 'getting started' manuals but each one tells you nothing other than to check back to page 28 for more details, only to go to page 28 and read that you will learn about this feature on page 70? I would not recommend this peice of crap to anyone. It has a true Fisher Price design but it weighs much more than a child could possibly carry. ... Read more


55. 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
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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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56. Motorola i205 Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99
Asin: B0000SX3BU
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With email and text messaging support, as well as support for Nextel's wireless web services, the i205 is the perfect companion. And of course, it supports Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie functions so you can connect with people in your work and personal network at the push of a button. You can even add additional software that gives the phone speakerphone, voice dialing, and voice memo capabilities. This value oriented phone is great for people who want basic phone features, the power of walkie-talkie functions, and the convenience of wireless Internet services.Read more

Features

  • The Motorola i205 is a compact, entry-level model sporting iDEN's hallmark Push-To-Talk feature with speakerphone
  • Customize the appearance of the i205 with front and back colored phone covers
  • Store up to seven numbers for each contact (up to 600 entries)
  • Use the private speaker button to switch from the external speaker to the earpiece for private conversations or to minimize disruptions in quiet environments
  • Assign unique ring tones to contacts for audible notification and caller identification during incoming calls

Reviews (14)

2-0 out of 5 stars Value for the price, but some glaring weaknesses too
Since it's often been one of the 1-cent or no cost phones available with Nextel plans, you can hardly beat the price for entry to the world of cell phone ownership.BUT, you may find the annoyances of using the i205 significant.
1-0 out of 5 stars Pick Nextel and You'll have 1-2 years of pain,misery & nashing of teeth!
Besides having the walkie-talkie which is publically annoying, the customer service is terrible and they should be ashamed of themselves.Pick another service while you can get out alive.I am stuck until Aug 06 . . . God help me!

1-0 out of 5 stars Warranty? What warranty?
I had been very happy with my Motorola phone until the battery started losing its charge within a day, even when the phone was turned off. The friendly but incompetent customer support kept me on the phone for an average of 40 minutes for the repeated calls trying to figure out the problem. After the phone had finally been sent to their technical service center, they returned it to me that the phone was irreperable "due to customer abuse." I have done nothing to that phone that could have caused any damage (unless using it to make phone calls counts as "customer abuse"), but got the same comment, without explanation after I had sent the phone in for a second time for reevaluation. It seems that Motorola is just trying to get out of fixing or replacing the phone free of charge under warranty. You'll be fine with a Motorola phone as long as it works. After that, you're on your own. ... Read more


57. Motorola i530 Black Phone (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $199.99
Asin: B000177F7S
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Motorola i530 is great for those who need added durability, and want other great features
  • Provides operation of phone when closed with a single key
  • Set your phone and instantly connect to the last Direct Connect call or an assigned Direct Connect contact by pressing the PTT button (also works for Group Connect)
  • Hands-free cellular conversations are always available with the built-in speakerphone
  • Performs in dusty environments, stands up to short drops and exposure to vibration from heavy machinery use

Reviews (33)

1-0 out of 5 stars I530-AWEFUL!!!!
MY HUSBAND BOUGHT THE NEXTEL I530 A YEAR AGO. WHEN WE LIVED IN PHILADELPHIA, HE GOT GOOD RECEPTION, ETC. NOW HIS PHONE SHUTS OFF WHEN HE TALKING TO SOMEONE, NO ONE CAN REACH HIM BECAUSE A MESSAGE COMES ON SAYING "PLEASE HOLD WHILE WE TRY TO CONTACT THIS NEXTEL SUBSCRIBER." HE DOESN'T GET RECEPTION IN CHALFONT, PLYMOUTH MEETING, AND SOME AREA OF PHILADELPHIA. MY HUSBAND TOOK IT TO CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR THE 4TH TIME NOW AND THE GUY TOLD HIM ALOT OF PEOPLE HAVE COMPLAINED ABOUT THIS PHONE. MOTOROLA STOPPED MAKING IT. HE HAS ALSO LOST ALOT OF BUSINESS WITH THIS PHONE BECAUSE NO ONE CAN GET THROUGH. HIM AND I BOTH GOT NEW UPGRADED PHONES AND WE LOVE THEM. JUST SO YOU KNOW, I530 STINKS!!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a free unlocked Motorola RAZR v3i instead!
Why settle for less, or commit yourself to a specific cellular provider and service plan, when you can get a complimentary unlocked top of the line Motorola RAZR v3i cell phone that works with any cellular service provider and any SIM card. I got mine free at this web site:stuffgratis.biz/razrv3i

4-0 out of 5 stars Tough but basic
I bought this phone knowing it didn't have many extras.It is great for what it is.I've always gotten a great signal and sound quality, everyone says it sounds like a landline phone when I talk to them on it, and it's sturdy as can be.There was even a time when I fell at Oktoberfest and landed right on it, but it was no worse for it.My contract is up so I'm getting another phone with more toys on it (camera, mp3 player, etc.), but I can't say anything bad about this phone other than that the battery seems to wear down faster than other phones I have had.If you need a tough phone with a good signal and don't need any toys on it, this one is great! ... Read more

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58. Motorola V70 Phone (T-Mobile)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $99.99
Asin: B00006LEN4
Sales Rank: 4430
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Features

  • Unique, swivel design
  • Voice-activated dialing
  • Large, 500 number phone book capacity
  • Up to 2 hours' digital talk time and 5 days' digital standby time
  • Includes battery, charger, belt clip and headset

59. Motorola V400 Phone (Cingular)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $249.99
Asin: B0001T3O58
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Tri-band GSM phone is notable for its high-resolution display, VGA camera, and MP3 ringtones
  • Camera features 5MB of memory, self-timer, saves images for Picture Caller id
  • Large 65,000 color primary display for Internet browsing, game playing (Prince of Persia included)
  • External caller id display for call screening, phone book with 1000 entry capacity
  • Ringtone support MIDI and MP3 formats, as well as built-in MotoMixer ringtone composer

Reviews (75)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dead after 2 years
The buttons on the side frequently sounds when some object touchs them in pocket. It is hard to open the flipper and loose many calls by not being able to open it on time. Too heavy!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed in Motorola
I am so disappointed with this phone. I bought it 2-3 years ago from Cingular Wireless and there have been a number of issues.1) The phone drops calls between 8 - 15 minutes of talk time.I reported to Cingular and was told this was a known problem and the phone should be powered off for a few seconds, every 3 days. 2) The phone automatically connects to the internet about every 20 minutes round the clock all throughout the day and night. I've tried locking the phone, locking access to the Web and when I get my billing statement there are 1 second connect charges all throughout the day, round the clock. Remedy from Cingular: Get another phone or disconnect the internet.I'm no longer under warranty. 3) Ringtones ring out of turn. I have assigned ringtones to specific people in my address book and sometimes a tone assigned to a specific person, rings when another person calls.Remedy from Cingular: Get another phone.
1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed - Can't hear anyone, Cingular will not remedy
I am so disappointed with this phone.I fought hard to convince my wife I needed this more expensive model so that I could get the speaker version for work calls, while she got a plain vanilla model (Nokia I think).Well, the speaker phone works ok, but little did I realize until the warranty wore off is the volume of the regular press-to-ear mode fades terribly.If you are not in the quietest environments, don't expect to hear anyone.It's very embarrassing to call someone while driving and have to tell them you cannot talk because you can't hear them over your car (I have an '02 Subaru, so it's not exactly a monster truck show SUNDAY-SUNDAY-SUNDAY level of volume).Cingular wouldn't do anything for me.I had even bought the insurance for it and asked if I could get the much cheaper, plain vanilla model my wife has.Absolutely not, have to get the same model phone (a refurbished one).But Ms. Cingular representative, this other phone is much cheaper and you can actually hear = SORRY, HAS TO BE EXACT SAME PHONE.Argh! ... Read more

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60. Motorola i275 Phone - White (Nextel)
by Motorola
Wireless Phone
list price: $174.99
Asin: B0009N5LMA
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With the i275, Nextel injects their line of powerful phones with a serious dose of fun. With a built-in VGA camera, multimedia messaging, downloadable games, a speakerphone, and support for Nextel's legendary Direct Connect walkie-talkie service, this phone is all about lots of fun and plenty of functionality.Read more

Features

  • Capture images for personal and business purposes and send them to friends and colleagues using the built-in 310k pixel camera with 4x digital zoom
  • Direct Connect enabled - the walkie-talkie service that instantly connects you to all other Nextel users
  • Safe, hands-free cellular conversations are always available with the built-in speakerphone
  • Use the private speaker button to switch from the external speaker to the earpiece for private conversations or to minimize disruptions in quiet environments
  • If you need to make a 911 emergency call, the GPS feature can also help emergency personnel locate you

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Actually about the phone!
I upgraded to this phone from the i205.So far I am happy overall with the phone itself, but some of the "extras" are annoying.The Sleep Mode, where the screen goes dark, bugs me to no end.I keep thinking my phone is off, when it is not.And you can't attach a picture to a persons name in your phone so that it pops up when they call (unless I just haven't discovered how to do it.I read the manual cover to cover).The camera takes nice pics (haven't figured out how to zoom in, if I can).The non standatd ringtones that come with the phone (3 of em) are ok.2 are not quite loud enough (but very cool) and the 3rd is just really loud.I like the "Disco Lights", it catches your attention if you don't hear the ring.Music sound quality is very good, if you like music ringtones.Navigaiting the menus took a little getting used to, but I am getting to like it.You can personalize each button, which I thought was neat.At first, when I talked on the phone, it sounded like people were at the end of a tunnel.I think that is a result of digitizing the signal.You get used to it quickly.The screen is bright (except when in bright sunlight) and you can change the palatte colors.The games, Tetris and Bowling are pretty good, but Tetris is demo only.The standard battery doesn't last quite as long as expected.I had to recharge it the first day after the inital 12 hour charge.New toy, had to play with it!It does seem to get used up pretty quickly, but the phone is doing a lot of stuff, even when it is just sitting there.I would recommend getting the more powerful battery available for this phone if you use it a lot everyday.For me, it is fine to charge every couple of days or so.I don't make a ton of calls.I like it and am glad I upgraded.
2-0 out of 5 stars Warranty? What warranty?
I had been very happy with my Motorola phone until the battery started losing its charge within a day, even when the phone was turned off. The friendly but incompetent customer support kept me on the phone for an average of 40 minutes for the repeated calls trying to figure out the problem. After the phone had finally been sent to their technical service center, they returned it to me that the phone was irreperable "due to customer abuse." I have done nothing to that phone that could have caused any damage (unless using it to make phone calls counts as "customer abuse"), but got the same comment, without explanation after I had sent the phone in for a second time for reevaluation. It seems that Motorola is just trying to get out of fixing or replacing the phone free of charge under warranty. You'll be fine with a Motorola phone as long as it works. After that, you're on your own.

5-0 out of 5 stars No competition
DO NOT let Mr. Hugh's comments above influence your decision about Nextel. He evidently didn't do his homework before he purchased the phone. Ever complaint he had could be had with any phone company if they didn't have service in your area. Nextel can't help it if he lives in some God-forsaken place out in no-where.
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