T-Mobile Offering Sidekick Users 50% Off on Samsung Models Discussion

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  1. Ed Hardy

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    No surprise that Samsung wants to "takeover" the Sidekick franchise. Irony though, the great success of Samsung's own featurephones comes from slider qwertys mostly.
     
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    Doesn't this seem like a pretty weak offer when compared to the free smart phones they offered in February? After all, they're leaving their customers in the lurch, without much notice. Moving them over to a smart phone would seem like a reasonable option.
     

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