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Jan 14, 2012, 1:40 PM
over in the "Motorola Clutch + i475" discussion:


has anyone successfully unlocked the i475 so as to beable to use it with any carrier? If so how?
If you want to unlock your Motorola Clutch I475 mobile phone from the network lock,I would suggest you to get an unlock code from ... » at reasonable price.

Oct 22, 2011, 12:11 AM
over in the "Motorola Clutch + i475" discussion:

I'm sorry but...

This looked like a nice phone, but a VGA camera and still no music player? It's basically It's the IDEN Motorola Theory. Even then the Theory has a nicer UI.

Mar 31, 2011, 8:19 AM


Just kill i-Den already. It's days are numbered.

This question comes up many times. IDEN still needs to have an assortment of devices while it is in operation. There are a percentage of subs that do not want to part with the Direct Connect that Nextel is noted for. Many are due for upgrades...
That's exactly what I thought when I saw this headline. Sometime in 2013 is when Sprint intends to turn Iden off. Which btw is less than 2yrs away. Time to slow down with the Iden handsets, I would think.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks, you know that like IDEN, T-Mobile is going to be going away too. But didn't they just announce some new phones at CTIA? Yes. Sprint is committing to "sunsetting" IDEN in 2013. That d...
While it is true that SPRINT is dismantling IDEN, there are 2 other North American companies operating. Southern Linc in the south and Telus Mobility in Canada. Both are still going strong. This phone is perfect for both of them1 Very Happy
tschlicht said:
Just kill i-Den already. It's days are numbered.

Because it's the best push to talk on the market? Because millions still use it? Is any of this getting through?

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