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.


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's not free. You still gotta fork out 40 bucks (with $50 rebate and two-year contract).


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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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?