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Verizon Prepaid Now Selling Samsung Galaxy J1
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Another day, another boring generic phone for Verizon
Between 1.3mp to 2mp
AT&T had at least 3 new messaging phones, and the LG Shine these past couple of months, and Verizon gets boring generic phones.
Also Verizon Wireless CDM8950
but it does have Bluetooth, which is unlocked so you can transfer files... ringtones, pic, ect.
like i said, its part of Verizon new Open Network.
o yea, and now on all new phones you can change the menu so you dont have to have the same old Verizon one.