Kyocera DuraPlus brings toughness to the max for $69.99 on-contract starting March 11th
0. phoneArena posted on 01 Mar 2012, 11:06
Already, we’ve heard about the first Direct Connect push-to-talk CDMA phones from Sprint, the Kyocera DuraCore and DuraMax, but it seems as though Kyocera isn’t finish with it just yet. In fact, the latest member in the family, the Kyocera DuraPlus...
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1. cepcamba posted on 01 Mar 2012, 13:11 1 0
If only all networks provide push-to-talk services that would be nice! :p I love durable phones but I can't afford having a durable one and smartphone one. I have a Nokia 1208 as my side phone by the way, it has a decent flash light, I charge it twice a week at most, I accidentally dropped it a lot of times already and I even got it soaking wet once when it fell on our clogged sink (dried it up with a blower). It's still fully functioning. The signal strength is great. This phone is great. Though not as sturdy, it's much more affordable than a Military Standard 810G-certified device. In case this phone gets "decommissioned" I'll just buy another one. It's still cheaper.
4. cepcamba posted on 02 Mar 2012, 11:39 1 0
Chuck Norris would blow his nose using that phone.