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LetsTalk.com has the Motorola RAZR2 V9m (Sprint) Cell Phone for $150 - $150 rebate with activation = Free with free shipping. It supports MicroSD expansion if you want to use the multimedia features.

  • Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology supporting A2DP and AVRCP profiles2
  • Integrated 2.0 megapixel camera, with 8x digital zoom, 2" Front Touchscreen
  • Video and audio streaming, capture and playback

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      Ph7 Ben's cred: 30
      Posted 1:41 pm PDT 03/13/08

      Very retro.

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      Towncivilian Ben's cred: 125
      Posted 3:43 pm PDT 03/13/08

      #1 this is the new version of the razr

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      aiiee Ben's cred: 63
      Posted 4:21 pm PDT 03/13/08

      this is a very solid phone with a nice bright display, dumb touch screen implementation tho

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      Darkonus Ben's cred: 21
      Posted 7:20 pm PDT 03/13/08

      I just want to know which dumbáss designed these phones with the antenna in the bottom part of the phone? Dumbest thing they could have done, and is a reason why they have poor reception much of the time other phones don't in the same area!

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      s00nertp Ben's cred: 18
      Posted 7:37 pm PDT 03/13/08

      i have the razor for work.
      6 steps to delete one SMS message. nuf said.
      ok, one more.. it is garbage.
      pay a little more & get the iphone instead.
      :]

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      Sliver Ben's cred: 118
      Posted 8:21 pm PDT 03/13/08

      Does anybody have a suggestion for a good, basic, cheap GSM phone (for T-Mobile)?

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      clickwir Ben's cred: 8
      Posted 8:34 pm PDT 03/13/08

      #4.... if the antenna in this is anything like my Katanna, it's better that way. When you are talking on the phone, the antenna is a more of a vertical angle than if it went up the length of the phone. Thus, better reception from a smaller antenna. When I'm looking at my phone, I see the reception go down. But when I turn it sideways (90degree's like you're talking on it) the reception goes up.

      It also helps to hold the phone with a light grip not near the base instead of trying to wrap bear claws around it like it's some kind of barbell.

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      Darkonus Ben's cred: 21
      Posted 9:24 pm PDT 03/13/08

      No #7, the reception is poor unless you have a very strong signal or you hold the phone upside down!

      I had 2 of these phones and several friends have them as well. When signals are weaker I have other family and friends with other phones which have gotten signals or 1 or 2 bars, while I would get none ... that is, until I held the darn phone completely upside down, where as I sometime was lucky to get 1 or 2 bars!

      Even on many occasions where others were getting full bars, and of course using the same carrier but different phones, I was getting less reception strength! The antenna positioning on these phones is poor for any way you would "normally" hold a phone and talk ... it's just as simple as that!

      I already know about how to and how not to hold the phone. So yes, you also have to be very careful how you hold the phone, as just subtle changes to the positioning of your hand on the low end of the phone can decrease or increase your reception by 1 or 2 bars, and its best not to even grasp the lower end normally, but grip it at the center point or above , which is also a PITA ... it's just very poor design on Motorola's part!

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      Shadowplay Ben's cred: 10
      Posted 10:28 pm PDT 03/13/08

      If your phone is a PITA then you're holding it wrong.

      No wonder you're not getting any reception!

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