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I am surprised no posts about the VX7000.

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Gordy, Jul 3, 2004.

  1. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     



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  2. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  3. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  4. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  5. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  6. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  7. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  8. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  9. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  10. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  11. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  12. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  13. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  14. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  15. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  16. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  17. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  18. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  19. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     
  20. >From: Gordy

    >Is everyone waiting for the VX8000?


    I don't see any significant advantage to getting the VX7000 to replace my
    VX4400B.

    Things could change w/the VX8000, however, though I continue to lament the fact
    that phones seem to be getting bigger.

    There are quite a few VX7000 threads in the Howard Forums
    (www.howaardforums.com) in both the Verizon and LG forums. :)
     

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