Cell Phone Stores Horn Lake MS

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S C Kiosks Inc
(662) 349-5667
6823 Elmore Rd
Southaven, MS

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Sprint
(662) 536-3820
1042 Goodman Rd E
Southaven, MS

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Radioshack
(901) 332-8384
4082 Elvis Presley Blvd
Memphis, TN
 
Atom Technologies
(901) 251-2326
2162 Venture Dr
Memphis, TN
 
Radio Shack 01-8406
(901) 726-4411
1625 Poplar Ave
Memphis, TN
 
El Grafico Svc
(662) 393-8431
1690 Main St
Southaven, MS

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Cellular South
(901) 346-7725
3070 Connahbrook Dr
Memphis, TN

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Sprint
(901) 218-0000
3111 Millbranch Rd
Memphis, TN

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AT&T Mobility
(901) 546-0288
6227 Winchester Rd
Memphis, TN

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N Touch Wireless
(901) 320-7000
3422 Poplar Ave
Memphis, TN

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What to consider when choosing your phone

What to consider when choosing your phone

The Verizon PN-820 and Motorola i920 (Sprint) are
the only flip-style Windows Mobile smartphones that
are currently available from major wireless carriers.

Bottom line: With tiny screens and small numeric keypads, flip-style smartphones are built primarily for their phone capabilities. If you want something that looks and functions like a traditional cell phone, and occasionally want to use some of the other features found in a Windows Mobile device, a flip-style smartphone might be for you. If you plan on doing a substantial amount of e-mailing, Web browsing, and file viewing, you should look at the other form factors.



2: CDMA vs. GSM, locked vs. unlocked


After you have figured out the type of smartphone you want, you need to find out if it's available for the network you want to use. Two cellular network technologies are in use in the U.S.—CDMA and GSM.

  • CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access) technology is used primarily in the U.S. and Canada and is incorporated into the wireless networks operated by Sprint, Verizon, and other regional carriers. CDMA phones are less versatile than GSM phones since they cannot be used overseas. In addition, CDMA phones must be programmed by the carrier when purchased and cannot be easily switched to another CDMA network. CDMA phones will not work with GSM networks.
  • GSM (Global System for Mo...

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