Review: Motorola Triumph
Motorola's Triumph for Virgin Mobile brings a big screen and other big features to the contract-averse. Just because this phone is for pre-paid customers doesn't mean it takes any short cuts. Here's what Phone Scoop has to say in this full review.
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Motorola delivers a (mostly) solid smartphone to Sprint's Virgin Mobile pre-paid brand in the Triumph. It manages to strike a good balance between capabilities and cost. For $299 you can own it outright and only have to fork over $35 per month in service fees. What's not to like?
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Motorola Triumph review??
Great hardware for a no contract phone. Great deal on rate plans. Horrible recept...
Can't wait to get my hands on that...