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  Sprint Store iDEN Launch Phones (Updated Again)
Posted on Tuesday, August 30 @ 02:36:29 MDT by Christopher_Price
  Sprint PCS The following iDEN phones will be at most Sprint Stores for the Day 1 launch (full retail pricing also noted):

Motorola i415 (Boost)
Motorola i450 (Boost)
Motorola i265 $199.99
Motorola i530 $224.99
Motorola i560 $299.99
Motorola i730 $274.99
Motorola i760 $349.99
Motorola i850 $399.99
RIM BlackBerry 7520 $449.99



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Re: Sprint Store iDEN Launch Phones (Score: 1)
by Shark on Tuesday, August 30 @ 08:04:53 MDT
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For the ignorant (me), what is iDEN?


Re: Sprint Store iDEN Launch Phones (Score: 1)
by KevinS281 on Tuesday, August 30 @ 16:07:56 MDT
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We will also have the i530 and the i560. iDEN = Integrated Digital Enhanced Network


Re: Sprint Store iDEN Launch Phones (Score: 1)
by SanyoFan75 on Tuesday, August 30 @ 16:10:29 MDT
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iDEN is a TDMA-based digital wireless standard designed to work in special frequencies originally designated for analog Specialized Mobile Radio (SMR) networks. iDEN was invented by Motorola, who remains the primary manufacturer of iDEN devices. iDEN provides several uniques features, including integrated push-to-talk (PTT) walkie-talkie capability. IDEN is used in the U.S. by Nextel and Southern LINC.


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