Stay Hip With a Pink Cell Phone

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The latest trend of 2006 in cell phones was colored mobile devices; the most popular of these were the pink cell phones. Pink has all kinds of symbolism from girly chic to breast cancer awareness; people have all kinds of reasons for choosing pink cell phones. there are generally two varieties of pink cell phones, those with the entire handset being pink (save for the screen and maybe buttons), or cell phones with changeable face plates that allow for any color or design one wishes to purchase.

The nation’s largest cell phone service providers all have at least one model of pink cellular phone; the difference from provider to provider is the brand which they carry the pink phones in. Providers may carry their own unique model of pink cell phone, or a unique shade of pink to set their cellular phones apart from the others. Sprint, Cingular, Verizon, and T-mobile each carry one or more variety of pink cellular phone. not too surprisingly Nextel doesn’t offer pink cellular phones, as they are usually used by businesses and need to be durable not trendy.

Sprint has three pink cell phones available, all by Sanyo; the SCP-2400 in misty rose, the SP 3100 in pink, and the Katana in Cherry Blossom Pink. the SPC-2400 is the most basic of the three, it is a flip phone, has a color screen, internet and text capabilities, and all the other basic features one would expect from a Sprint cellular phone.

The SP-3100 is a bit more sophisticated; it is a flip phone, has a colored screen, internet and text capabilities, plus it is a camera phone for capturing memories on the go. the newest of the three, the Katana is a camera flip phone with Bluetooth wireless capabilities, Bluetooth technology is superior to all other wireless technology because it is more powerful and will work reliably across larger distances with more obstacles.

Cingular has one of the largest selection of pink cell phones, all by Motorola; the L2 in pink, the RAZR V3 in pink, and SLVR L7 with iTunes in pink. the L2 is a Bluetooth wireless phone with multimedia capabilities and a color screen. the RAZR V3 is an ultra sleek multimedia camera flip phone; this phone offers all of the fun features one would expect from a cellular phone such as games and customizable ring tones. the SLVR L7 with iTunes, is the ultimate cell phone, it offers Bluetooth technology, the ability to download and store 100 apple iTunes songs, is a camera phone, is ultra slim, plus has all the multi media capabilities one would expect from Cingular wireless.

Verizon and T-Mobile’s Offerings

Verizon offers the Motorola RAZR V3m; it is an ultra sleek camera phone with Bluetooth technology, vcast capabilities, and streaming media capabilities in addition to all of the basic multimedia capabilities Verizon wireless offers. T-mobile’s pink cell phone is the Motorola RAZR V3 in Magenta; is a super slim digital camera phone, with Bluetooth wireless technology and multimedia capabilities, all in eye popping magenta.

Pink cell phones are fun, interesting, and still offer all the features anyone could ever want in a hand held wireless device, every major company offers at least one, and they are available from well known manufactures. Pink cell phones will be here to stay.

Sprint Cell Phones

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Many cell phone service providers offer various cell phones with different features to enable you to better choose the cell phone that best fits your needs. Sprint offers several types of these devices each with extras that you may be interested in.

The Motorola RAZR V3m Stone is less than a inch thick design that allows it to fit easily into your pocket or purse. this phone comes with Bluetooth Wireless Technology as well as a built-in music player which allows you to listen to Streaming music with Sprint Music Store. you can also watch ON-demand Sprint TV. this model comes with a feather-touch precision crafted keyboard which will allow you to type messages with a small amount of effort.

The Motorola RAZR V3m Red is the same size as the Stone version and has many of the same features. this model has a built-in music player that comes with a removable, expandable memory card slot. Starting in March, 2008, Sprint will contribute a portion of the proceeds that the company takes in on the Motorola RAZR V3 Red cell phone to help in the fight against AIDS in Africa. By purchasing this phone, you can also help a worthy cause.

The Palm Centro Onyx Black is another model of cellular phone that is offered by Sprint. it is one of the slimmest and lightest palm devices available on today’s market to make it easier to carry. this model enables you to tether it to your computer or use over-the-air synchronization to use your e-mail, calendar, and contacts. it is also equipped with Bluetooth Wireless Technology. you can also use your phone to view and edit your Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as viewing PDF files. so you have full computer capabilities in the palm of your hand.

Another model that is offered by Sprint is the Samsung Upstage M620 Red which is a small messaging phone that allows you to put out text messages, pictures, videos, and instant messages. this phone comes with Bluetooth Wireless Technology and a hidden QWERTY keyboard for easy and accurate messaging. it also has a built-in music player that allows you to download music over-the-air or synchronize with a PC, although this last option requires the use of a USB cable. Another feature that this phone has is a 1.3 megapixel camera and camcorder that takes top quality pictures and video recordings. it has a large display that enables to view your pictures clearly.

The LG Rumor Black is one more model of cellular phone that is offered by Sprint. this phone is also small and lightweight and is ideal for sending out texts, pictures, videos, and instant messages. this model also includes the Bluetooth Wireless Technology as well as the hidden QWERTY keyboard. it includes a built-in music player and a 1.3 megapixel camera/camcorder like several of the other models.

These are just a few of the many models of cellular phones that are offered by Sprint. to check these and many more available phones, you can visit your local Sprint store or view the various Sprint Web sites.

Knowing the Verizon Cell Phone Test

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Verizon wireless is known to boast the most reliable wireless network in the States. Verizon wireless and data customers number over forty five million people and naturally this number is destined to grow. That’s why the company backs up its reliability claim by investing over four billion dollars in expanding and improving its service every year.

Changes to the network makeup since the early days of cellular, before Verizon cell phone service went by that name, have turned it into a fully digital system. For them the word ‘cellular’ only exists as a pop culture expression. Being fully digital Verizon cell phone clients were amongst the first in the nation able to perform now common place tasks such as sending text messages, swapping pictures and downloading ring tones.

Verizon cell phone customers, as it turns out, use these features a lot. They send over twenty million pictures wirelessly every month to each other and to people on other networks. They are also responsible for the downloading over of fifty million games, ring tones and applications since April 2005. this is accomplished hrough the company’s twenty three thousand cell sites and over a hundred and fifty switching facilities on a network that can reach two hundred and fifty million Americans.

To claim the best and most reliable service in the country they put themselves through a constant state of testing. In its now famous ad campaign, the Verizon cell phone test man walks the country ensuring his connection is never lost. this commercial was born out of an actual testing process the verizon cell phone network goes through every week of every year.

The company as a whole employs fifty two thousand employees. the little known fact is that some of those employees are real life test men and test women who do just what the guy in the commercials does. They travel in a specially equipped van with cell phones, making and receiving calls and checking to see if the connection cuts and, if so, for how long. Verizon is so proud of their ongoing quality checks and measurements that an entire section of their corporate web site is dedicated to honoring the actual workers who travel the country performing these tests.

An average testing van can travel over three thousand miles in a given month. their tests are simultaneously conducted all across the country in a program that collectively travels a hundred thousand miles a month on the nation’s most frequented roadways. All the while their testers make well over three hundred thousand test calls.

Their claims of having the best network is calculated by considering the number of calls that were lost or couldn’t go through compared the those that succeeded without problems. In the end they have proven time and again that the Verizon cell phone network [dixiejournal.com/category/technology-news] is easily the most trust worthy network around.

Switching Carriers? Keep Your Cell Phone Number

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Some consumers are hesitant to change their cell phone provider, even if they see a better deal, simply because too many people already know their existing cell phone number. meanwhile, that cell phone contract service may be costing you an arm and a leg every month. you can better manage your cellular budget with prepaid, and you don’t have to lose your old cell number. Depending on your carrier, there may be a small fee involved for the transfer of service.

The FCC has required most carriers to implement Local Number Portability (LNP), which is a service that lets you transfer a phone number to another carrier, so long as the new carrier is still in your local area. you can take advantage of the LNP mandate to switch wireless carriers and keep the same number, or even to transfer your landline phone to a cell phone. you can’t transfer a pager number, toll free number, or some other types of special use numbers.

Usually, when you transfer your phone number from an old service to a new service, your old service will be disconnected automatically. If your old service was a contract type cell phone service, and your contract has not yet expired, you may still have to pay fees to the old service. but if you’re transferring between prepaid services, as always, no long-term contracts or related fees will apply.

LNP doesn’t mean, however, that you can use a cell phone as an extension of a landline phone; if you transfer your landline phone number to your cell phone, your landline service will be disconnected. In the future, carriers may be able to offer such a service, however. For the time being, the best way to use your cell phone as an extension of your home phone is to use the call forwarding feature of your landline home phone.

You can transfer a phone number regardless of your carrier, the FCC has mandated that a carrier may not refuse to port a phone number to another carrier. If you want to port a phone number to a new service, contact your new provider first, they are the ones who will take care of the transfer. Don’t cancel your old service before the porting process begins, or you may lose the ability to transfer the number. also be aware that cellular providers sometimes have incompatible telephones, and even though you may be keeping the same phone number, you may still need to buy another cell phone.

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