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Cheapest Bluetooth phone w/ GPRS for internet access

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Illah

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Mar 26, 2002
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San Francisco
Anybody know what it would be? Right now the Sony Ericsson t68i looks like it, anyone know any cheaper ones?

Thanks,

--Illah
 
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Illah

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Yeah, all the other BT phones are loaded with crap I don't want :) Oh well, my PDA may or may not be BT enabled, so I may not get anything. Thanks.

--Illah
 

Matthias99

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North Attleboro, MA
Nokia 3650 is also a viable option. Almost nobody in the US carries the T68, so I ended up getting the 3650. GPRS works, but it's very slow unless you're in an area with excellent signal quality.
 

chittnp

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Jul 7, 2002
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Sandy Creek NY
try the seimens s55/56 or sony t610/616 both can be had for about $100 ( with a new contract ) I have the seimens and use it for a modem for my HP2215 Ipaq...works like a charm
 

T20

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Jan 24, 2002
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Toronto, Canada
I have a T616 and absolutely love it.

Plus there are hundreds of great Java games for it.

Be very careful with older phones with GPRS and Bluetooth, because it is almost impossible to sync them with a pda via bluetooth.

My current setup is:
T616
Ipaq H1940

I simply love it, the only downside is that GPRS is still unbelievably expensive.