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Old 10-30-2007, 11:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default WTS/WTT - Sprint A920/IC502 for BB 8703e

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Item : see below
Price : $120/$175
Currency : USD
Condition : 8/10 a920 10/10 ic502
Includes : see pictures

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Location : 31548
Willing to Ship : yes, but not first
Payment Methods : Paypal
Contact : PM


WTT: A920 w/ 512 microSD for BB 8703e (read inside, interesting deal "sweetner")

reemusk's need for uber-crackberry-superiority continues.

want to trade my great condition A920 (its only got a wear mark on the battery).

screens are great and undamaged (scratches, wear, nicks..none of any). speakers work great (internal and external).

here are some excerpts from my review of this device


Originally Posted by reemusk reviews the Samsung A920

Sprint and Samsung’s entry into the EV-DO market (along with the A900 and A940); this phone holds a rather impressive feature set. An excellent all around package including a 1.3 megapixel camera, MicroSD slot, EV-DO, and Sprint’s Music Store make this device a worthy contender for now and the future.


Originally Posted by reemusk reviews the Samsung A920

This device can compete with any high-end device you throw at it. Samsung did a good job bringing this device to Sprint’s lineup, regardless of a few bugs/issues. They are working on resolving them too, so that always helps.

here are some about the ic502


Originally Posted by reemusk reviews the Motorola IC502

Motorola’s styling for other phones have been revolutionary during its recent history. Nextel devices have always followed a pure business approach. The ic502 continues this trend. Its rugged appearance (and functionality, discussed later), will attract customers who need CDMA voice and iDEN Data in a rugged, Military 810F approved phone


Originally Posted by reemusk reviews the Motorola IC502

The main feature of this phone is the unique approach to the integration of two networks. The phone utilizes Sprint CDMA network (one of the largest in America) for voice and data, and Nextel’s iDEN network for PTT. This provides for excellent, clear calls, and reliable walkie-talkie service. No more “Please hold while the Nextel customer you are trying to reach is located…” No more waiting days for text messages. No more 28.8k modem-like web speeds. Note: The name for the device and the integration is called “PowerSource”

if you like...and if it will sweeten the deal...i will throw in my ic502. i will attach pics of that also. all it is doing is sitting around

note: you do not have to wait for your account to be migrated to Ensemble if you want to activate this device. they will do this all over the phone with you and you will be able to use your phone the day you get it.

A920 - $120 (must wait until I purchase new phone...this is my primary)

IC502 - $175 (can be shipped ASAP)

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