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Menus Calls/Contacts Messaging  

As with other Verizon phones, the messaging center can be accessed a couple of different ways. The menu system takes you there, as does a dedicated function key on the home screen.

Once in the message center, the default action is to initiate a new message. Below that is your inbox, outbox, voicemail and so on. When selecting "new message" you have to choose which type first, be it a text, picture or video message. Once in the messaging tool, entering numbers, text and selecting pictures of videos is easy enough. You have some options along the way, like previewing the message or choosing delivery options.

In this menu, you'll also find email, IM and chat. The email option fires up the Web browser and takes you to Verizon's WAP email portal, which is essentially access to Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo, etc. The IM application plays with AIM, Yahoo IM, and MSN. Signing into and using the IM services is no different than on any other phone. The Chat option is another selection that takes you to Verizon's WAP portal and displays a list of dating services for the lonely and brokenhearted.

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