I forgot to mention to Jerseybeachboy who mentioned that most phones are made for GSM services. That is true, and that's because GSM carriers criteria isn't as strict as CDMA carriers' Verizon Wireless and Sprint PCS. I don't know about US Cellular & Alltel, but if you think about it, Motorola doesn't sell a single phone through Sprint because they won't give into Sprint's strict criteria. Motorola might eventually not offer phones through Verizon Wireless for the same reason. But I wonder if Verizon's criteria isn't as strict as Sprint is. Nokia only offers about 2-3 candybar style phones because they won't give into Verizon's criteria either. You definitely won't see a bluetooth phone available from Nokia through Verizon because they won't disable much of the bluetooth. One is available through Alltel that I wish I could get, but it likely won't work on Verizon, and Alltel isn't an option in Indiana for service, nor will it be an option when I eventually move to Milwaukee Wisconsin.