Verizon Wireless Intros Low-Cost World Phone
Today Verizon Wireless announced the Escapade, a new entry-level handset that has quad-band GSM/EDGE radios and can roam in countries around the world. The Escapade, made by PCD, is a clamshall that has CDMA 1x for data in the U.S., dual displays, a 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth and GPS. The Escapade will be available starting August 21 for $30 after rebate with new agreement.
Big Question: Will It Roam On GSM Domestically?
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Maybe I am just a little crazy.
Maybe I'm just a die hard T-Mobile guy.
I won't get into the whole GSM V CDMA debate here, there is already a lot of info about that stuff.
With people trav...
With the economy the way it is, fewer people are vacationing abroad, so I don't think the demand will be what it would have been a few years ago.
Those who can afford trips to Europe and elswhere would probably be looking for a higher end phone.
Slammer, I know you always hang out in the news section. Tell me a little bit about yourself, do you only hang ou...
they are following how this has gone all along. If they plan to go gsm (sim cards to the layperson). Then you start with inexpensive phones to build a following and just m...
For years my wifes side of the family got the Cingulars and the AT&T phones because they had that ability to go global if they needed to...