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Re: Samsung Galaxy Precedent
I know that the Precedent has the Froyo OS, and according to this link Straight Talk Android Samsung Precedent M828C Review | PrepaidRevs.com it's a CDMA phone. If it is in fact a CDMA version, that would put it on the Verizon network. I know that Straight Talk uses AT&T and Verizon networks, and according to the equipment you choose is the network you get. I used Straight Talk with a CDMA phone for two months this year when my phone quit on me, and I wanted to wait till I was eligible for a discount. Anyway, the footprint is national, however it doesn't include roaming off the principal network. Being that the phone I used was a basic clamshell with txt, web, and talk unlimited for $45 a month I didn't complain. To sum it up, here are the pros and cons.
Originally Posted by acain217
Pros: Android Phone
Verizon CDMA EVDO
Unlimited Talk, TXT, and Web for $45 a month
No Contract, just month to month and you can buy in 3,6, or 12 month blocks.
The phones don't have all of the proprietary garbage on them.
Cons: Froyo OS (Sources say it can be upgraded to Gingerbread though)
Limited support for the phone, and customer service is nearly nonexistent.
No roaming off Verizon network (or AT&T with GSM phones)