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Mar 12, 2008, 5:50 PM

Sanyo 2400 is available prepaid, no contract, no credit check

Visit to buy the Sanyo 2400 and not get stuck in a contract
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Apr 16, 2007, 1:45 PM

recover text messages

I accidentally deleted several text messages that I really need to get back. I did some checking on google and it sounds like phones that have "Sim Cards" it is easy to recover. Does my phone have a sim card? Any idea how I would go about doing this?

Jun 29, 2006, 1:21 PM

2400 Looks better than 3100

I think this phone loosk like a smaller version of the 7500 in a way without the rubber gribs I like that look Very Happy well Another entry level phone that will sell like hot cakes
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Jul 22, 2006, 8:47 PM

New SCP SANYO 2400 Cell Phone.

Readers, I have had a Samsung 660 for over 2 years. I am thinking about purchasing a Sanyo SCP 2400 for better reception, and less dropped cell calls and less failed signals. Is this a wise move, in your opinion? I am on the SPRINT network.
Please let me know what you think.
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Jul 8, 2006, 1:11 PM


This phone is slightly helpful to parents, but fails in ways that would be most helpful to parents. As with many products, there are marketing gimicks attached, such as some press releases for the phone referring to "full parental controls". In fact, the phone offers parental control only in the area of determining who the child can call and who can call the child. It also has the ability to limit the use of data services. Finally, it has a "family locater" service that you can use to get some idea of where your child is (if they have the phone on them). Although these options are certainly welcome, I think most parents have a problem with their children's OVERUSE of their phone. What parents would like to see is the ability to autom...
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Jul 15, 2006, 9:00 AM

parental controls

So will this phone have a feature that the service cuts off after a certain amount of min have been used or still just when it goes over the spending limit
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