Should I dump my Treo for a Touch?

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  1. Maffy29

    Maffy29 Active Member

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    So I have a HTC Touch on the way. Snatched a last minute steal on eBay. I currently have a Treo 700wx. I haven't used a Touch yet, but I like the looks of it. Of course I'm going to try it out for myself, but I wanted to get some opinions to keep in mind.
     
  2. The R-ruh

    The R-ruh OhMyWhat?!?!

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    I'm thinking of dumping my Treo 755p for a Blackberry but only because I'm not feeling WM. So I guess that doesn't really help at all. Either way, I wouldn't have gotten the Treo 700wx or the Touch. BB is the new hotness, if it wasn't already before.
     
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    If the Pearl was available from Sprint, I would consider it. Not a fan of the two that Sprint offers, plus I already have a 7100i (Nextel) for work. So that gets me my Blackberry fix.

    My Touch just arrived this morning and I like the initial look of it. Charging it up right now....
     
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    The Pearl is available for Sprint as of today. -N
     
  5. nugzalot

    nugzalot OT Supporter

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    I have a BB 8830 with sprint right now. I too got the bug for a new phone so I've ordered a Touch on ebay too. I've been having major problems with getting my data connection to stay working with the blackberry. However after I ordered the phone the BB support seemed to have done something to make the data work.. oh well. Gonna try the touch out but I'll really be happy when Sprint finally gets the Curve.
     

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