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  1. nerdgang

    nerdgang Member This Topic's Starter

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    Severl locations in Philadelphia have the i1 on sale as of today. It's a nice looking phone. Way nicer than I expected.
     

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    I purchased one at Best Buy on Sunday June 20th. I am a nextel customer, not boost and I cannot believe that they released it on the Boost Network first. It is currently at my sprint hopefully being "unlocked" so I can use it without using boost. Sprint sucks for treating contracted customers like this, but if you need the DC then your stuck with them.
     
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    nerdgang Member This Topic's Starter

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    Good luck on getting it unlocked, The Boost sims are 64K nextel 128K hence why you can't just put a nextel Sim in a boost phone. As far as being upset about Boost getting it first, the pre-paid wars are getting serious Boost needs something saying listen we have Android no one else does. I see people switch everyday from Sprint/Nextel to Boost all b/c of the $50 plan
     
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    The new i1 is definately a nice phone for the price. Hefty price tag for the phone itself, but the reasonable $50 unlimited plan makes up for it. I'm enjoying mine so far.....
     
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    SIM card size has nothing to do with anything...I unlocked mine, and am using it with a TELUS 64k sim no problems...128k pretty much gives you more room for contacts and data
     
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    nerdgang Member This Topic's Starter

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    64K & 128K Nextel/Boost sims hold the same number of contacts (600) put a 128K Nextel sim in a boost phone, it's going to lock it up (temporary but out the box 128K isn't gonna work was my point)
     
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    So, your actually using the i1 on Telus/Mike? If so hows the the phone and is the unlocking difficult.I just cant wait for its release, I'm fed up with the 8350i.
     
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    Ouch ive been seeing alot on the web lately about how the phone is coming out on sprint/nextel July 25th for a cool 150.00 plus two year contract. Way cheaper then boost but with that dirty word "contract" connected to it. Guess the whole unlocking this to use on sprint is dead.
     
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    I'm on the $10-every-three-months Boost plan, and getting free data, so I can't complain about the $330 I paid for the phone. :)
     
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    Dang thats pretty good for three months i use 50.00 unlimited! Yeah I bought mine originally for 350.00 but after the price drop I went and got my 20.00 price match. but Ive also invested in zagg invisible shield
    (b4 i realized they made the i1 tablet out of gorilla glass! seriously youtube gorilla glass you will freak.)
    A 16gb sd card only cause I couldn't find the 32gb sd => So all together Ive invested 410.00+ tax but it was 410.00 well worth it this phone is super tough!
     

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