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Phone suggestions for google mobile

by firescued-22231230430967467891123142862660 / March 10, 2008 12:00 AM PDT

I am in the market for a new verizon phone and I am trying to get one that is the most compatible google mobile services so I can access gmail, google reader, and the calendar. Anyone have any suggestions? I have been looking into vx6800 or sch-i760 but I have also considered the blackberrys

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Ditto that...
by kcjmoore / March 10, 2008 10:34 AM PDT

It's almost as though I wrote this. I'm in exactly the same position and looking at the same hardware. I'll stay tuned.

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by N2IM / March 11, 2008 4:36 PM PDT

I am not with Verizon, but I have the Blackberry 8830 and absolutely love its integration with the google products! I do not think you could go wrong with it!

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Windows Smart Phone
by execulive / March 11, 2008 5:58 PM PDT
In reply to: Blackberry...

I like the versatility of Smartphones all the free software. I have the $20 data with T Mobile. It is worth it for the streaming Youtube, internet Radio, downloading daily podcast, and email.

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Goggle Maps
by execulive / March 11, 2008 6:00 PM PDT
In reply to: Windows Smart Phone

Did I mention Google Maps, though no GPS on mine. Skype works well also. Plus office documents, and PDF files.

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by firescued-22231230430967467891123142862660 / March 11, 2008 9:09 PM PDT
In reply to: Goggle Maps

execulive- which phone do you use?

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I have a T Mobile Dash
by execulive / March 12, 2008 2:00 PM PDT
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all though it is not a perfect phone. It is a very impressive phone, you really cannot compare it to an Iphone, is is a little older. I like the windows platform because of the user base.
The software available, not to mention the freeware, is a big plug. The phone has never dissappoint me, it is has been in ciculation for a little while. I enjoy doing things on it that T mobile said it was not design for, but is just how the maket has grown. I have not had to "jailbreak" it or hack on the registry to get it to do many things it does so well. People are always writing new programs for it. I just wonder what I will be doing next week with it.


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