It's actually a dual-band phone...most of the time Dual Band phones are still tri-mode. It works perfectly on the America's Choice network, plenty loud speakerphone. Only thing is it's bulky if you carry in your pocket, I carry on belt so no big deal to me. Also if you close it, the light remains on which drains the battery a little fast. Wish it had a better battery life...i'd still be carrying it if it had at least 3 hours talk time.
I think The Motorola V200 Is a good phone for consolidation. A buisness man that has a cellular phone a 2-way pager and a P.I.M.
can carry one device that will do all the same functions.
The QWERTY style keyboard is useful if you have little fingures, but is sort of a pain for me because of size.
The ability to change what the smart buttons do and being to use the voice dial,answer,and disconnect, when the phone is closed is a plus.
In All it is a enjoyable phone with the speaker phone built in and the headset being included
Being a Sportbike owner takes the use of the
V-200 to another level. We always miss call while ridding but with the auto answer and voice dial I can let my viewers hear as well as see me when I am riding a 100 m[h wheelie!