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picture quality?? Switch to Nextel??

thecellularsolution

Oct 5, 2004, 2:57 PM
I am a V710 user with Verizon service and switched to this phone mainly thinking the megapixel camera would be worth something. Has someone here posted pictures from this phone? I ahve no love lost over Verizon and Bextel coverage is strong in my area so switching is no biggie. Please Advise. Thanks!
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nextel18

Oct 5, 2004, 5:36 PM
i have to say with the i860 the camera quality is amazing.. the web browser is very good. just basically overall the phone is better in my opinion then most phones out there. ...

i suggest you try out the i860 for 15 days and see for yourself becuase you will love it!!
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PhoneMan3

Oct 6, 2004, 7:09 PM
Hi. I am havng the same thoughts. I have a V710 with Verizon but I honestly am fed up with the limitations Verizon puts on it's users in regards to the plans and the coverage b/c at work and at home in certain areas, I get no service. This phone looks really nice and probably smaller than the V710. Can someone tell me whats the real deal in regards to which company is better between Verizon, Nextel, and the V710 and this phone. Also, how do you put the MP3 ringtones on it? Is it the same as the V710 with iTunes? Thanx.
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1stunna

Oct 6, 2004, 9:26 PM
As of right now, do not get Nextel because there cellular coverage is the worse by far out of all the carriers. The two way is by far the best, but if you do not have a business then it is useless. By far Verizon has the best cellular coverage in the US market now and I think for a long time to come.
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