Motorola Entice W766 Feature Phone Hits Verizon

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An inexpensive flip-phone, the Entice replaces Motorola's W755 in Verizon's line-up. You get one-touch access to its music player, 2-megapixel camera, IM-style texting, Bluetooth and speaker phone, plus microSD card expansion (up to 8GB) and Verizon 3G data access.

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The Entice can also run the usual Verizon Wireless Services: VZ Navigator, V Cast, Family Locator, Dashboard, etc. Other key specs: a 2.2-inch (176 by 220-pixel) color display, and a 2.5mm headphone jack.

But for feature phones, it's all about how low they can go. On that level, the Entice fails...it's not free. You still gotta fork out 40 bucks (with $50 rebate and two-year contract).

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If you're a smartphone user, this will all sound pretty yawntastic, but we still try to do a few shout outs here and there for those who've not upgraded yet...[Verizon]

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ddmeightball
ddmeightball

Am I the only one who isnt looking forward to when I have to switch from my Alltel phone to a new verizon phone cause of the Verizon OS they shoehorn into each phone?