Kyocera Strobe K612 / SwitchBack
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a few question for anyone who sells/owns the strobe.
ALso, is it possible to include a picture someone sent to me in my wallpaper shuffle??
And if the AIM is a problem where they have to switch out my phone, will I be able to keep the ringtones I've already paid for?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can answer...
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I propose ...
Hope it makes it's way up to Canada.
Would everyone else join me in reporting the TROLL??
check link below;
http://www.engadget.com/2005/12/15/kyoceras-unannoun » ...
The bad: The Kyocera Switch Back is bulky and has a cumbersome design. It suffers from poorly designed buttons and controls, as well as a tiny external display.
The bottom line: We had some serious design complaints with the Kyocera Switch Back, but the QWERTY keyboard, may work for some if your fingers are small enough.
Innovation at its best!
Testing this device
Its sad when someone hates a ceartin cell phone manufacture.
I hear everyone saying that kyocera is bad.
I had the KOI for a full year.
One of the best phones I have ever owned.
This phone has BLUETOOTH!!
So if you dont want the RAZR (ya know the phone that everyone wants or already has) Then this might be an option.
This phone is great for texing and it has a camera
If this phone does not have something you want then dont put it down and say its a bad phone or that you dont like kyocera.
In a few years every phone will have bluetooth and mp3 and videos so it will just be a matter of what you like.
SwitchBack available through Virgin Mobile
Stick with the best T-Mobile,Cingular, Verizon.
If you compare rates T-Mobile To Go
(T-Mobile's prepay service), Virgin is considerably more expensive in most cases. Virgin's rates end up working out to 15-20 cents a minute for most folks, while with T-M To Go, if you're willing to buy minutes in $50 or $100 chunks, the rates are 10-12 cents a minute... quite a bit better.
And even when it comes to very low usage (i.e. the'glovebox special'), which is one of Virgin's strong points, T-M TG is still a good deal.
For example, the $100 card with T-M To Go gives you...
Yet another raving review
http://www.cellphone-reviews.org/2005/12/19/virgin-m ... »
WHAT A JOKE