[SunHELP] FT: Motorola MPx200 Smartphone
andre at synchronicity.com
Wed May 12 12:07:16 CDT 2004
I'd be interested if still available. I do not have the trade-in options
you desire, however on my recent jaunt to the local mall, Electronic
Boutique had a large display of used gaming devices including the one you
mentioned. I believe the price was $79.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sunhelp-bounces at sunhelp.org [mailto:sunhelp-bounces at sunhelp.org]On
> Behalf Of Bill Bradford
> Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 11:41 PM
> To: geeks at sunhelp.org; rescue at sunhelp.org; sunhelp at sunhelp.org
> Subject: [SunHELP] FT: Motorola MPx200 Smartphone
> I just switched to a Sony/Ericsson T226 cell phone, and so I've got my
> Motorola MPx200 Smartphone up for trade. This is basically a PocketPC
> Smartphone (running Smartphone 2002).
> Motorola's page:
> AT&T Wireless' page:
> This is a great phone, but overkill for my needs (I didn't really need
> full PDA functionality after all). I really liked the audio quality,
> display, and the fact that it has no external antenna to get broken.
> The only issue I ever had with this phone was that my SIM card did not
> always make good contact with the contacts in the phone, so I had to put a
> piece of paper between it and the battery to make a tighter connection.
> This may have been the specific SIM card that AT&T gave me. Other than
> that, I got excellent service and reception using it.
> I don't have a SIM card from another provider to test with, but the phone
> may be locked to AT&T Wireless. I've heard mixed reports of whether the
> MPx200s were unlocked by default. In any case, there are many places on
> the 'Net (or even possibly local) that can unlock the phone for a small
> I've got the phone, battery, AC adapter, and desktop cradle (which is
> just a stand with a MiniUSB cable). I think I may still have the original
> box and packaging around here as well, along with a still-sealed copy of
> Outlook and ActiveSync. Everything is about five months old; I got it in
> late December or early January.
> I'd like to trade the phone + accessories for a working used XBox (with
> one controller) so I can build an XBox Media Center machine.
> AT&T's current price on the phone (with a 2-year contract) is $249.99.
> I paid $170 after a (hefty) corporate discount, so I figure a trade for
> a used XBox ($149 new, $110 around here used) is pretty even.
> Email me if interested.
> bill bradford
> austin texas
> SunHELP maillist - SunHELP at sunhelp.org
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