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Motorola v600

by adufrane / February 12, 2004 4:06 AM PST

Does anyone have any news on when this phone will be released for Verizon. The calendar of release date snotes Feb but I am not sure if this is for verizon or other carriers. Does anyone know prices or have any feedback on this phone?

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Re:Motorola v600
by Mike L / February 14, 2004 5:41 AM PST
In reply to: Motorola v600

From the info I gathered looking at on MOTOROLA's site this will be a GSM phone. I did attend the CES show in Vegas and the rep there said that AT&T is probably going to be the first to carry it. T-Mobile would probably follow next. All GSM carriers should have them once it hits the market. It's a really cool looking phone especially with the BLUETOOTH earpiece. But the only thing I'm concerned about is that GSM in the US isn't too popular vs in europe/asia. From past experience working in telecom industry the carriers in the US will be slow to change over as the usual problems are a huge cost factor and or political reasons. Most carriers in the US still use the CDMA/TDMA. Adding more repeater antennas causes an environmental debate in most communities. Some countries even have cell reception underground but the health risk is questionable. Not too many people like to live to close to a antenna for obvious reasons!

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Re:Re:Motorola v600
by phoneguru / February 16, 2004 11:29 PM PST
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yes the v600 is a gsm only phone and cingular will be the one who carry's it. april 22 2004 is when it has a massive media showing

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Re:Re:Re:Motorola v600
by tekelberry / February 21, 2004 7:55 AM PST
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No. AT&T Wireless is the only confirmed company to carry it - not Cingular.

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