Verizon offers a push-to-talk model, but I have no idea about the durability issue. It's at least worth a look.
I can testify to that. I have the i315.Sprint has a military spec Motorola... The salesman 'said' it was waterproof
I went with the cheap crackberry instead:thumbsup:
I have the sanyo contractor phone broke after few months of easy abuse......Im fed up with these junk sprint phones......Sanyo also makes a contractor phone. seems to get good reception, take abuse, dust, suppose to be water resistant as I understand it..
love that clip of your race car......heres from family memberI'm not trend like alot of my freinds are so i just want a phone that allows me to make calls and can handle abuse- period. So while my freinds upgrade phones every few months for whatever trendy reasons, i just stick to bare bones LG phones and have never been let down. Between all the abuse they see in the feild and getting roughed up while working on the race cars I'm not about to stray away from what has worked for me since by nature i'm a lil bit abusive on things since i have better things to keep on my mind than a stupid phone and if it'll get scratched LOL!!
They've all run the gauntlet that most of our stuff goes through.
I wonder if they make different ones for different companies? This is Sasktel (Canada) Several guys I know have them and like them.I have the sanyo contractor phone broke after few months of easy abuse......Im fed up with these junk sprint phones......