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Pantech C3b


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Jun 24, 2007, 11:05 AM

Some help for the tech challenged...

Ok, here is me.

I don't carry a purse, so I prefer a small phone to either carry or fit in my pocket.

I would like to buy a bluetooth so I can multitask.

I text once in a while, but not enough to care if I have to change the mode to type -- don't even know what the names of the modes are. Also, please note that I don't even text enough to warrant buying even a basic texting package.

I don't want to use any of the internet capabilities.

An alarm/calendar would be nice...snooze not a big deal.

What I do need:
I need the volume to be loud on the phone (not the ringer, the voice), b/c I think I'm going deaf.

I need good service...I'm tired of dropped calls.

If I spend the money on the bluetooth, I want it to work well ...
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Jun 12, 2007, 3:25 PM

Pantech C3b vs. MOTORAZR V3xx

I was wondering what would be better, a C3b or a Razr V3. They have basically the same features besides Video, video messaging, and the mp3 player. (I wouldn't use those features anyway.) I just wanted someones opinion.

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May 25, 2007, 5:58 PM

I almost read that wrong for a second! FLESHLIGHT LOL!

This minor upgrade to the C3 adds Bluetooth. Other features of this tiny clamshell GSM phone are the same, including dual TFT color displays, a VGA camera, speakerphone, and a flashlight.

Fleshlight on a phone! 🤣 🤭

May 23, 2007, 9:56 PM

Shouldn't this be just tagged on to the C3?

Since you combined the ic402 with the ic502, using the same frame of mind, shouldn't the C3b just be added on to the C300/C3 page?

Granted, I do like the exposure of an AT&T phone on the home page.
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May 24, 2007, 5:48 PM

I'm sorry...

...but that is just a cool little phone.
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