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Cingular Brings Tiny Phone and Data Plans To GoPhone

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May 31, 2006, 12:00 PM   by (staff)

Cingular today announced it would add the Pantech C300 to its GoPhone pre-paid lineup. The C300 is a tiny, light, clamshell style phone with dual color displays and a VGA camera. Though it is slightly thicker than the RAZR, it is the smallest cameraphone in the US. Cingular also announced that it has added the option for subscribers of GoPhone's monthly prepaid plans, Pick Your Plan, to subscribe to MEdia Net data plans. Updated Previously all prepaid users could only pay by the kilobyte to get online.

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nbostic

Jun 1, 2006, 7:43 PM

PrePaid Media Net Not New

Media Net packages have been available for GoPhone Pick Your Plan for around a month now. Pay As You Go is still charged the per kilo rate.
Me2

Jun 1, 2006, 3:03 PM

I didnt like it at first

I hated this phone in all the pictures and thought it was the ugliest thing ever, but now that we have models in the store, I really like them! I didnt realize how tiny they were! Awesome!
Djanifer9512

May 31, 2006, 6:48 PM

Club Loving Ladies,, This is YOUR Phone

For all you club hopping ladies out there, and men in tights, this is the phone for you. Wanna go to the club, not carry a purse, and still be able to book tons of guys to get your grove on? Well Stella this is the phone for you!! @ only $119.99 you cant find another pre paid phone at another price!
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For all you club hopping ladies out there, and men in tights, this is the phone for you. Wanna go to the club, not carry a purse, and still be able to book tons of guys to get your grove on? Well Stella this is t
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flatland347

May 31, 2006, 1:04 PM

interesting

this phone reminds me of the cdm180 with an a670 externa caller Id screen

I'd rock it
This looks like a really cool little phone. Its size will definitely get it noticed, and the camera is nice too. I'd rather buy huge phone that's like an ipod, decent camera, and phone in one device, but one of these would be fun to play with for a ...
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skinny0hgr

May 31, 2006, 1:57 PM

hmm

"Previously Cingular did not allow GoPhone users the option to get online using their phone." This isn't entirely true. You can use your GoPhone to access the internet, you just have to pay per kilobyte used.
 
 
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