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    Carriers are beginning the initial stages of a price war, apparently:

    == "...T-Mobile, in particular, would benefit from the [number
    == portability] law, since it has been a pricing leader, Power said.
    == But in the end, it depends on which carriers reduce their
    == prices most, because price is the No. 1 reason why customers
    == change carriers..."

    -- http://www.amtddj.inlumen.com/bin/dj...aebqLqWmtaZmde

    Unless you absolutely need a cell phone of ANY type - in particular the semi-released TREO 600 where folks are wishy-washy about going with Sprint or TMobile - it would probably behoove you to wait.
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    Originally posted by SeldomVisitor

    Unless you absolutely need a cell phone of ANY type - in particular the semi-released TREO 600 where folks are wishy-washy about going with Sprint or TMobile - it would probably behoove you to wait.
    It only "behooves" you to wait before signing a new long term contract. If you can get a new phone for a good price without an early termination fee I don't see the benefit of waiting.

    If I can get the Handspring $399 deal, why wait? There is no contract extension requirement. Assuming I could get the phone unlocked in a few months, I can move to another provider and then get a new subscriber discount.
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    Oops, double post

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