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Holiday Gift Guide 2005

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Kids young enough to still be living at home:

It's pretty common that Jr. High and High school kids get their own cell phone these days, especially in major cities. Family plans let parents control the spending, but give kids the freedom of their own phone number. Sadly, most parents just hand down old phones to their kids or get them the cheapest model available. Parents, do your kids a favor and buy them some street cred. You don't need to spend much to get your child a phone he will actually like. Each of these models is good at text messaging, has IM clients for popular services like AIM, and looks good enough to impress judgmental peers. Most have a camera as well.

Cingular:  Nokia 6102
Sprint:  Samsung A840
T-Mobile:  Samsung T309
Verizon:  Samsung N330

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