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CTIA Fall 2004

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Top message:  Why no analog? by al-huti   Nov 1, 2004, 11:55 AM

Replying to:  Re: What device? by Rich Brome   Nov 2, 2004, 11:24 AM

Re: What device?

by stevelvl    Nov 3, 2004, 12:26 AM

for treo it makes no since to have analog. the device is set up purely around data capabilites. customers are not buying this device as a phone but as a pda primarily. none of the data capabilites work on analog so it makes no since to have it, in addition to that it would further increase the cost for a feature wich would not make it sell any more than it is now. that is why very few manufacturers put the analog feature in there pda phones.

bottem line when the majority of customers are looking for a pda phone analog plays a very small role in there decision espetually with the remarkable abount of digital roam coverage they can not get.

also i would like to so say i work in kansas which is basically just one big ruel aria and i have observed all of this.

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