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Verizon adds two dumbphones, too

Chris Ziegler
02.03.07
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The PN-820 is the most interesting of Big Red's latest batch, but we've got a couple new arrivals to talk about on the low end as well. The MOTOKRZR K1m Fire is purty much like any other K1m, with the exception of a gloss red shell -- just in time for Valentine's Day -- which can be added to the pocket or gift box of your choice for $100 on a two-year agreement after discount. The Samsung SCH-U340 shores up Verizon's already well-stocked low end with a VGA cam, speakerphone, and not bloody much else for the attractive price of "free" after all the discounts have been applied and you've signed on the dotted line.

[Thanks, Jhonny and Brian D.]

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