Originally Posted by livinginx
Make sure if you don't have Service and Repair (ESRP) or TEP on your account that they do not charge you more then $35 dollars. Unless you feel like upgrading to the 7100i (not very far, but it's the newest for Nextel).
yeah, how is the 7100i, i have heard mixed reviews. I would miss the DC but i may end up going with either the 8830 or 8130 from Sprint. I am on a corporate account so i am not that worried about price although i would prefer to limp this 7520 along just long enough to get a blackberry with qchat, like the DC, needing the broadband internet for teathering.