casio gzone type s

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casio gzone type s worked yesterday and not today - everything appears functional except i can't receive calls or messages - the antenna keeps going from full bars to no service

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  1. Ali Abdullah
    Hi, We've seen plenty of stylish and skinny fashion phones cross our paths over the past year, and while we think they're pretty, we always take care to be gentle with them because some of them are so delicate and fragile. With the Casio G'zOne series of phones, however, you can toss them around as much as you want. Tough as nails, the G'zOne phones are bulky and military-tested to be rugged, durable, and water-resistant--perfect for those of us who tend to use and abuse our phones. The latest offering is the Verizon Wireless G'zOne Type-S, a smaller and more basic version of the G'zOne Type-V, that debuted last year. Though it doesn't have EV-DO or a megapixel camera like its predecessor, it does come with Bluetooth support, which was noticeably absent in the Type-V. Because this is more of a basic phone, we were willing to do away with the fancier features and focus more on the Type-S's durable design, which makes it perfect for extreme sports enthusiasts or just the very clumsy. We're also glad to see that it's affordably priced at $149.99 after a $50 rebate and a two-year service agreement. Design If you were to compare the Motorola Razr V3 to a sleek sports racer, the G'zOne Type-S would be comparable to a big, hulking SUV. Make no mistake; the Type-S is certainly not your everyday fashion phone, with its bulky sides and bumpy exterior (its entire back is dimpled for shock absorption). The handset is a little smaller than its big brother, the Type-V, but not by much--measuring 3.8 inches tall by 2 inches wide by 1.1 inches thick. Weighing a hefty 5.1 ounces, the Type-S is certainly not something you want to be slipping into your shirt pocket. It features a loop antenna on the top, making it look more streamlined than the Type-V

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