AT&T Wireless has the Sony Ericsson Z750a Refurb Purple GoPhone for $40 with free shipping. Includes $25 Airtime Card to get you started.

  • The Z750a's sleek mirror finish hides a shine through screen
  • Get high speed 3G technology for faster browsing and downloads
  • Bluetooth, Take photos and videos on the vivid 2 MP camera

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      monkieinabarrel Ben's cred: 102
      Posted 10:53 am PDT 08/29/08

      anyone know whether i can use my regular atnt service with this without unlocking? I was able to on the samsung a437 refurb.

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      unicron500 Ben's cred: 11
      Posted 11:06 am PDT 08/29/08

      Re: 1) monkieinabarrel


      you should be able to with your att SIM card. u will definitely be able to if you have the 3G att SIM card.

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      zzz Ben's cred: 10
      Posted 11:58 am PDT 08/29/08

      $69 not 40

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      rynchio Ben's cred: 11
      Posted 12:59 pm PDT 08/29/08

      $69 is the price with $25 airtime card included.

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      njb Ben's cred: 283
      Posted 3:23 pm PDT 08/29/08

      what's the minimum airtime to activate? i would get $5 worth of time from ebay but att may require $15-25.

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      bscmotor Ben's cred: 6
      Posted 3:28 pm PDT 08/29/08

      just got 2 sets this morning, and they were $39.99 at that time...

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      MuchoTumbao Ben's cred: 87
      Posted 4:39 pm PDT 08/29/08

      No. 5, I believe their minimum is $15. And you did notice you get a $25 card with this deal, right?

      In CNET's review, the editors gave this phone a 7.3 out of 10 and included this summary:

      "The good: The Sony Ericsson Z750a had an enjoyable feature set, user-friendly controls, a brilliant display, and satisfying call quality.

      The bad: The Sony Ericsson Z750a's construction felt a tad cheap, and its external display wasn't very useful. Also, its interface was somewhat slow, and its speakerphone underperformed.

      The bottom line: The Sony Ericsson Z750a is successful on many fronts, but its plastic shell and slow interface were worrisome.
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      Of course, I'm so anti-AT&T that I'd never purchase anything from that outfit, and I certainly wouldn't sign up for prepaid service with them. But if you buy this phone, be sure to check into how easily you can unlock it and take it elsewhere if you also end up deciding AT&T is a company to avoid.

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      monkieinabarrel Ben's cred: 102
      Posted 8:03 pm PDT 08/29/08

      #6 were you able to use a regular at&t card with it? I definately need to lay for some other stuff first though, this might have to wait until it drops to 30.

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      monkieinabarrel Ben's cred: 102
      Posted 9:51 pm PDT 08/31/08

      stupid atnt upped their freakin price

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