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Updated: Oct 31, 2014 14:53

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#8676
alaAverage 3

Samsung N400

Aside from being GPS ready, this all-around solid phone offers nothing particularly fancy.

3 expert reviews

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#8677
alaAverage 3

Motorola (S0472206)

This headset is far more comfortable for extended periods of use than the earbud set. The...

1 user reviews

#8678
alaAverage 3

Kyocera Switchback KX21

It's no Sidekick, but this discount e-mail phone will satisfy tweens and AOL users with low budgets.

1 expert reviews

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#8680
alaAverage 3

Sprint Power Vision Phone MM-7500 by Sanyo

The toughest phone for Sprint's Power Vision services, but we think other options are better deals.

1 expert reviews

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#8681
alaAverage 3

Samsung SCH 8500

Cellular phone - CDMA / AMPS - black

1 expert reviews

#8682
alaAverage 3

Sprint PCS Vision Phone C290 by Motorola

A bright and handsome voice phone for Sprint, but the omission of an external display is a big...

1 expert reviews

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#8683
alaAverage 3

Sprint PCS Vision Phone SCP-2400 by Sanyo

A sturdy little phone that makes a good first "grown-up" phone for kids or teens, especially when...

1 expert reviews

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#8684
alaAverage 3

Kyocera SoHo

The Kyocera SoHo looks good and sounds good, and its simple feature set will be just right for...

1 expert reviews

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#8685
alaAverage 3

Sony Ericsson Walkman

The iPhone is beyond innovative and strikingly gorgeous. If you are an AT & T customer, we cannot...

1 expert reviews

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#8687
alaAverage 3

Samsung SPH M340 Mantra

The Samsung Mantra SPH-M340 is a cheap, decent option for voice calls on Virgin Mobile, but not...

1 expert reviews

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#8688
alaAverage 3

Kyocera Tomo S2410

The Kyocera Tomo S2410 is a basic CDMA flip phone offered in black or white, with a thin readout...

1 expert reviews

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#8689
alaAverage 3

LG Monaco

Physically, LG Monaco may or may not click with most consumers because of its sliding QWERTY...

1 user reviews

#8690
alaAverage 3

Motorola The Deluxe ic902 - Motorola The Deluxe™ ic902

This is the edge of madness. It has bluetooth, GPS, 3G and an MP3 player. It has a decent...

1 user reviews

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#8691
alaAverage 3

Palm Treo(TM) 680 (Unlocked)

Palm Treo 680 presents itself with a lot of eye catching colors in the market. I find this unit a...

3 user reviews

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#8692
alaAverage 3

Samsung Galaxy A

It was released in May of 2010.

1 expert reviews

#8693
alaAverage 3

Motorola Sage MB508

Don't get this phone! It is an extreme battery hog. I was getting 3 hours or so of charge with...

1 user reviews

#8694
alaAverage 3

HP iPrint

HP iPrint is the simplest iPhone printing solution, but it's extremely limited.

1 expert reviews

#8695
alaAverage 3

Sanyo Zio by Kyocera (Sprint)

The Sanyo Zio's odd mixture of high-end and low-end components add up to a somewhat frustrating...

1 expert reviews

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#8696
alaAverage 3

Samsung Messager III (MetroPCS)

If your needs are primarily voice, text, and GPS, the Samsung Messager III is a great way to get...

1 expert reviews

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#8697
alaAverage 3

LG Select (MetroPCS)

The LG Select is a good basic flip phone for savvy shoppers on MetroPCS, although it doesn't...

1 expert reviews

#8698
alaAverage 3

Dell Venue (AT&T)

The Dell Venue is a powerful Android phone with a smooth UI, but there's little to distinguish it...

1 expert reviews

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#8699
alaAverage 3

Microsoft OneNote Mobile

iPhone owners who rely on Microsoft OneNote should download OneNote Mobile while it's still free...

1 expert reviews

#8700
alaAverage 3

Microsoft Arcade PocketPak

Pac-Man may pale in comparison to Final Fantasy for stunning visuals, but most Gen-Xers have a...

1 expert reviews

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