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Old 12-28-2005, 07:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been using a BB 7280 thru Cingular for the past 18 months or so and am looking to upgrade to the 7100 series. In doing some research I have found a couple of websites offering free 7100g's and/or 7105t's. Does anyone have any experience with wirelessbuy.com or letstalk.com. How can these companies offer the devices for free when Cingular and T-mobile want to charge $199. In addition, does anyone have an opinion on T-mobile vs. Cingular for someone who travels nationwide.

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If you're travelling, then you would want to use Cingular service. I had T-Mobile service about two years ago and found that I had little or no coverage when travelling. My travel was up and down the East Coast and out to the midwest. I haven't had that issue since I switched over to Cingular.

I have never bought anything from www.wirelessbuy.com before. Yet, many of my co-workers have purchased from www.letstalk.com and they said that they were very pleased with the service and have even referred other co-workers to the site as well who were also very pleased. They have said that they would never go back to the carrier again because they got a better deal via www.letstalk.com.

Co-workers who have had the 7105t said that they didn't care for the platform and liked the 7100g better. I have read various complaints of the 7105t on some of the online forums. Yet, Oprah says that's one of the best products of 2005. It does have great screen color and contoured keys.
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Thanks for the information.
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