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Free Motorola krave

January 31, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Free Motorola Krave this is the phone many crave for from Verizon Wireless. You can now get a free Motorola Krave plus free Bluetooth headset. This phone was selling for $99 just a week ago and it’s on sale today for $0 without any rebate. Not only are you getting the free Motorola Krave, you are going to get it on the nation’s most reliable network. Listen to streaming music and watch VCast TV programming via Verizon broadband like 3G network. The Motorola Krave is taking the touchscreen technology to the next level. Get one or more free Motorola Krave phones from Verizon Wireless now. Today is the last day to get free shipping on all phones and accessories!

Motorola Krave ZN4 for Verizon Wireless Crave Phone Sale

October 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Motorola Crave Motorola Crave is the first Motorola Touch Screen phone you should really crave for – the new Motorola Krave ZN4 for Verizon Wireless is the first iphone-style touchscreen phone from MOTO for anyone that’s looking for iphone alternatives. 2-year contract plan will get you the phone for only $99, much cheaper than any other smartphones that lack touch screens. What can you do with this Motorola Crave phone? Watch streaming video on 2.8 inch screen using Verizon’s V CAST TV. Verizon’s EVDO deliver broadband like speed which make the Motorola Krave a perfect multimedia phone ever. Take a special note that the “Touch Cover” actually allows you To control some phone functions while it’s closed – a better way to protect your phone screen without buying some screen protector cover. Stop craving and get this phone for the on sale price of $99 today.

Update: the Motorola Crave is now free out of pocket NO REBATE required! Plus Free Bonus Offer – 2GB Micro SD Card w/ Adapter ($29.99 Value!)
Update: Price went up to $99. Those who got it free with bonus memory card,
lucky you!
Update: It’s $0 out of pocket now plus free Bluetooth headset. Best deal ever. Hurry before the price goes up again!

How to Upgrade Motorola Q9C Q9 to Windows Mobile 6.1

September 19, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Sprint users has been able upgrade their Moto Q9C to the latest Windows Mobile 6 long before Verizon users get a chance to do so. Now the wait is over. Verizon Wireless has just announced the available upgrade for the Q9c from Windows Mobile 6.0 to 6.1. Not a huge upgrade, but you can at least take advantage of the these improved features including a redesigned home screen, built-in Task Manager, threaded SMS client, browser improvements, Copy & Paste support for non-touch devices plus other small and yet significant improvement in performance and battery life. In case you don’t know, the upgrading from the following smartphones is also available – Alltel Wireless: HTC PPC6800, HTC Touch. AT&T: Samsung BlackJack II, MOTO Q 9h global, Pantech duo, AT&T Tilt by HTC. Sprint: A new Palm Treo and updates for the Mogul by HTC, Touch by HTC, MOTO Q 9c, Samsung ACE. T-Mobile International: T-Mobile MDA Ameo 16 GB, T-Mobile MDA compact IV. So head to your carrier’s download/support page now and start experiencing the new Windows Mobile 6.1.

Motorola VE20 Silver for Sprint

August 22, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Sprint doesn’t carry too many Motorola phones besides the RAZR. Those of you who are looking for new moto phones, you are in luck. Sprint just introduce the new Motorola VE20 Silver that provides the ultimate multimedia experience ever for Sprint. You can listen to streaming music or watch on-demand Sprint TV with EVDO data download speed – Up to 700 Kbps. You will be amazed how thin this phone is – just half-inch thick with aircraft-grade aluminum shell. Accessories included in the box: AC Phone Charger, 256MB MicroSD Card (the phone support up to 8GB of SD memory, which is more than enough for storing music and photos), and battery. The VE 20 is exclusively available through Sprint for $99 with a 2-year sevice contract.

Why do I need to sign a 2-year contract to get a freephone

March 6, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many of you might have searched for free cell phones online before and found numerous free cell phone deals. Some of them claim to give you a 100% free phone. However, as you read further, a 2-year individual or family service contract is required. Without a contract, the most popular phone like the Motorola razr can cost you $300. If you are only looking for a cell phone without contract, go for a prepaid phone that lets you pay per month and cancel the service anytime you want. Why are carriers are willing to offer you something for free, what do they get in return? Within the next 2 years, they are hoping you can use their service as much as possible – going over plan minutes, using more text messaging, or downloading ringtones. If you can keep an eye on the usage, a 2-year activation actually makes sense. So can everyone qualify for a free brand new razr or Blackberry? There are serveral steps you need to pass before the carriers hand you a new freecellphone. First, you need to pass a credit check. The credit checking process varies depending on the carrier. If you have low credit scores, chances are you need to pay a deposit to the carrier to secure the new phone. Keep in mind that the deposit will be returned to you once the contract is over. If you ever cancel or late on the monthly payment, you will lose that deposit to the carrier. Second, after you are approved, you need to activate your phone. Third, read the rebate instruction carefully and submit the rebate form as soon as possible – many people miss the last step and end up disqualified for the rebate.

Motorola Q9c, i335, and Blackberry Pearl 8130 on sale at Sprint

November 25, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

Just in time for the holiday. Sprint is gearing up for the holiday shopping season. The new Q9c is only $149 after mail-in rebates. Forget about the Samsung Blackjack 2 from AT&T, the Moto Q9c does a fine job managing your emails and contact with Windows Mobile 6. If you are a Blackberry addict, here comes Pearl 8130 which rings up at $199 – great for emails and pictures. Want a more inexpensive option, how about Motorola i335. The Motorola i335 is a phone for modest people. It is using iDEN network featuring Walkie-Talkie. The device has a very slim design measuring only 0.5 inches in thickness, but has a very small 130×130 display and limited functionality. Good luck on picking the perfect holiday phone.

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