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Verizon launching self-branded CDM8950 on INpulse

It’s always nice when we get a new Verizon INpulse phone, since they don’t have a wide selection. The latest addition, which should hit shelves on December 3, is the CDM8950, a self-branded clamshell. It’s really nothing special, though it does feature EVDO, meaning you can get VZW services like VZ Navigator. Oh, and a 1.3 megapixel camera. Pic after the jump.

The device will cost $99.99 on prepaid after a mail-in rebate. Not bad, though some might consider it a lot for a very basic phone.

One Response

  1. Prepaid Cell Phone Guy Says

    I just bought a Verizon Samsung SCH-u430 because I wanted to play with the Verizon Navigator. It is really handy. The other thing is with the Verizon Prepaid plan when you get a phone call and you have not activated your phone for the day the phone number of who called will show up. You could use this as a pager and pay $100 a year.


    Posted on November 30th, 2008 at 10:00 am

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