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ZTE to Sell Firefox Phone on eBay for $80

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Aug 12, 2013, 7:22 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

ZTE today announced that it will offers its Open Firefox OS phone to U.S. consumers via its official eBay store. The phone, which is based on open web standards, will be sold unlocked for $79.99. The ZTE open offers most of the same features found on today's smartphones, including integration with social networks, GPS and navigation through Nokia' HERE maps, and an app store from which to download applications. According to ZTE, the Firefox Marketplace already has a handful of apps from eBay, Kayak, The Weather Channel, SoundCloud, AOL, Wikipedia, and others.

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Aug 12, 2013, 10:10 AM

At $80?

Not a bad pick for a backup phone. I might just pick it up to see how it works.
That's actually such an entirely reasonable price that I am very tempted to pick it up.....but my question is, does it use a standard size SIM or a micro-SIM, I'm currently using the Z10, and the Z10 uses a micro-SIM....that kind of limits my ability ...
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