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Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile's claim to fame is its push-to-talk network, and it's still turning the other cheek on its parent's newly-minted QChat PTT in favor of good, old-fashioned, dead reliable iDEN. The rough and tumble i335 -- which actually went on sale through Sprint some time ago -- is

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June 6, 2008 at 1:49PM
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Well, will you look what the cat's dragged in today? Another rumored Motorola iDEN delight for us to feast our eyes on, this time a pretty stylin' looking refresh on the Motorola i335 called the, ah, Motorola i335. Gone is the funky and lumpy look of the i335 we saw late last year, this refresh app

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It's not like you didn't know this day was coming, but Sprint users eagerly awaiting the actual release of Motorola's Q9c / i335 or the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 can quit sitting on their hands. That right folks, as of now, all three of the aforementioned handsets are available on Sprint, and while we'

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It's not like you didn't know this day was coming, but Sprint users eagerly awaiting the actual release of Motorola's Q9c / i335 or the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 can quit sitting on their hands. That right folks, as of now, all three of the aforementioned handsets are available on Sprint, and while we'

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Dare we say that there's never been a better time to be an iDEN customer? Yeah, by all accounts it seems that Sprint would eventually like to phase out its Nextel network, but Motorola's busting out a slew of devices as of late that almost actually look like they're from the year 2007. Imagine that

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