I am now eligible for the higher amount ($150) of phone upgrade from Sprint. I posted a blog about how sucky the website was being and it wouldn’t show me phones for me. Well, you can classify the website in the “Things I STILL don’t like”. The website was not working… a NATIONAL OUTRAGE I tell you!

I pondered whether there was a different way to check out the cameras that I could get. I thought, “Hmmmm, what about the main phone page?”. Sho’nuff. I was able to see phones that they were compatible with my zipcode and here are some of the phones that I can upgrade to… and I am wondering if anyone had good or bad experiences with these phones.



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0 Responses to Phones

  1. I’m a big fan of CNET’s cell phone reviews; generally speaking I’ve found them to be pretty spot-on when you’re phone browsing.

  2. I find it adorable that you include the pink ones in your list! 🙂 I sadly can’t weigh in on them. I’m w/ sprint too but we have a *gasp* No camera phone since Andy used to borrow mine alot and couldn’t have photographic devices below deck on the sub. However, a friend has the katana and loves it. Everyone I know with the razr hates it. I think it’s cool! I can say that my little pink dinosaur is a samsung and that baby has weathered more drops and falls and scratches and kid damage and is still going strong. So I’d say the samsungs are pretty sturdy devices.

  3. Michael says:

    I’m thinking about replacing my smartphone with a Katana. I’ve heard good things about them and Sanyo has a great reputation for signal strength and reliability among people I’ve talked to about them.

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