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T-Mobile's newly expunged Samsung t219s seems like an ordinary, low-end Sammy flip with nothing particularly striking about it. That is, until one discovers the \"network address book\" inside the menu system. Maybe that \"s\" suffix has some meaning, after all. Is this a new (yet unannounced) feature t

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July 23, 2007 at 2:19PM
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If you've been itching for a new entry-level Nokia handset for that low-tech relative or even as a backup phone, consider yourself served: AT&T is now carrying the Nokia 2160 for a mere $20 on contract as a replacement to the aging 6030. The 2160 has a CSTN screen, US dual-band GSM (850 / 1900)

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