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fluffcat1

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Hmm I don't see a reason in taking apart a phone that works just fine
or taking off a piece of a phone that has a big purpose.
If you don't like how it looks and looks is an "issue" with you buy another phone maybe?


Not all variations are available in all markets, and it may be easier / cheaper to convert your network subsidised handset into the version you want than buy an offline non-network provided handset at $big bucks.

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I did it last year...sorry for the blurry photo, but as you can see it works fine.

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I just removed the hump from my Cingular 2125. Opperation went very smothly. I purchased my new c600 case from leo_kwong2007 on ebay. Worked great, the case even included the antenna so you don't have to make your own. leo also has replacement keypads if you need one.

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I just removed the hump from my Cingular 2125. Opperation went very smothly. I purchased my new c600 case from leo_kwong2007 on ebay. Worked great, the case even included the antenna so you don't have to make your own. leo also has replacement keypads if you need one.

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