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Re: Can the Verizon HTC Trophy connect with PDAnet?

...plus remember the deal you will get on the new phone. I switched to AT&T and got the Titan for under $150 including phone, ETF, and activation (waived). I left due to no phone choices. I actually pay the same and have better coverage now. Depending on your use, area, and other needs changing may or may not be best for you.
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