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Cell phone with internet capabilities

by ajsnmt / August 26, 2007 10:15 AM PDT

On 8-21-07 on ABC News TechByte segment CNET presented a cell phone that had internet capabilities. It said it sold for $180. I missed out on the brand name. Where can I read a review on this phone? I am unable to locate it on your website or on ABCnews.com. I have an exchange student from Brazil and he is wanting to purchase this type of phone. Any suggestions or recommendations?

Thanks
Alice

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internet
by birdmantd Forum moderator / August 26, 2007 11:54 AM PDT

Virtually every modern cell phone sold today can access the internet. Are you needing to connect it to a computer like a wireless modem or use it independant from a computer? Some smartphones operate on Windows mobile (a phone based version of the program on many computers today). Which carrier/technology will you be using, CDMA or GSM?

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the real internet??
by wliang / August 26, 2007 1:50 PM PDT

all cell phones these days have the ability to connect to some form of the internet. whether its a mobile version of google or a media content download, all cell phones have access. newer smartphones like the iphone, blackberry, treo and so on can connect to real websites. what do you want the internet for?

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Fresh meat!
by danny_cena / August 27, 2007 6:29 PM PDT
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Good morn everyone. I just registered so I guess I will need tags, shots or a secret handshake...I have been lurking for about two months, learning how to do all kinds of fun and time consuming things with my cellphone. I finally decided to throw myself upon the mercy of the established so I can ask a question or two..I may even be able to provide an answer or two; three may be too much....

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Welcome aboard.
by Kees Bakker / August 27, 2007 6:35 PM PDT
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Thy!
by danny_cena / August 27, 2007 6:47 PM PDT
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Dear kees:
I want to tell you I've got it yet.

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N70?
by danny_cena / August 27, 2007 6:49 PM PDT
In reply to: the real internet??

I think the cell phone you talk about may be Nokia N70!

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