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Old 02-01-2006
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Virgin Mobile & Their Snapper Phone

I've had Virgin Mobile for just over a year now, and I don't have a single complaint about them. Customer service is awesome, signal strength is great, rates are cheapest of all the Pre-paid cell's (That I know of). For those of you that won't use a cell phone a lot, except for emergencies and short calls, Virgin Mobile is for you.

Now, onto the phone. For the past year, I've had the Audiovox 8610...

Not very many features, just your basic flip phone. You could download ringtones. The ringtones you could download were real songs too since Virgin is in tight with MTV I guess.

Just a couple days ago I sprung for Virgin's second, to the top of the line phone. Their "Snapper" camera phone. This phone is awesome. Has a digital camera with flash, real song ringtones, downloadable wallpapers, can surf the web, check email, and also sign onto AOL IM. For only $100, I think its a pretty good deal.

All in all, Virgin Mobile gets a 9/10 and the "Snapper" camera phone gets a 10/10.

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Old 02-07-2006
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how much does it cost for calling cards?
im interested in prepaid service since most places want 2 year commitment.
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Old 02-07-2006
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Cards come in $20, $30, $50 and I think $90 . I have been using virgin mobile for a couple of years on their minute to minute plan. Some months I spend $60 , but that is rare. The customer service is fantastic, and the service area is the same as sprint. They have many cool phones too. I started with the party animal phone . It's a great phone for kids; I dropped mine hundreds of times and it still worked fine. Finally got stolen, so I'm getting a v-5 slider, used , because they don't offer them anymore. Great phones and great service .bob

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