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June 10, 2005


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Testing my comments. Had a report that they didn't work.

One thing to watch out for: they don't refund your activation fee, which can be large. When I tried out a pair of phones, the activation fee was $40 per phone ($80 total). Different networks might have different fees. It was also a hassle, since they charged me the cancellation fee and only with prodding and several phone calls mentioning their contract conditions would they take it off. I don't recommend this route; find a friend and try out their phone instead.

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