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MOTOROLA TUNDRA VA76r UNLOCKED PTT GPS RUGGED AT&T UNLOCKED

MOTOROLA TUNDRA VA76r UNLOCKED PTT GPS RUGGED AT&T UNLOCKED
MOTOROLA TUNDRA VA76r UNLOCKED PTT GPS RUGGED AT&T UNLOCKED


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Question by Shirley R: Need to unlock my Tundra VA76R cell phone?
Someone please tell me how I can unlock my Motorola Tundra VA76R cell phone. My contract is up and I would like to have my phone unlocked. Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by jos.stoned
you can unlock any GSM motorola here: http://www.gsmunlocklabs.com/unlock-motorola-c-12.html

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  1. 25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Moto Tundra VA76r Review, January 12, 2011
    By 
    G. Barnes
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    This review is from: MOTOROLA TUNDRA VA76r UNLOCKED PTT GPS RUGGED AT&T UNLOCKED

    The Motorola Tundra is a great phone! It’s been 4 months in my possession now and has seen some tough times, including putting me through the most embarrassing situation of my life. I work as an IT Manager and required a cell phone that would take a licking and keep on ticking. I brought the Tundra with a clip-on holder for the phone and my thinking at the time was quick access instead of a leather case that would wear down in no time.

    The Tundra has fallen many times in the short 4 months and in one case while passing between two people, one was holding her door open with her elbow sticking out. The Antenna on the Tundra somehow managed to hook on her elbow and fall out of the holder. I should have simply let the phone fall to the ground instead of trying to prevent it from falling, to the ground. I honestly don’t know how I managed to grab a hold of this woman’s ass three, or four times in the process of trying to catch my phone mid-air. Clearly, I was red with embarrassment and I could see she felt sorry for me and now I don’t have to be on that show, “I Shouldn’t Be Alive!”

    The Tundra’s software, though basic is very well thought out and easily allows you to select the desired functions without needing to guess at the next step.

    The Tundra is hard pressed to loose signal and I have never missed a call. In Network Settings, the Tundra allows you to turn on Service Tone which alerts you when the phone has either lost signal and regained signal.

    The Tundra also allows you to set up to three different Alarms with very flexible parameters, including days of the week, weekends, etc.

    The Tundra’s contact address book is not at all disappointing and gives you the ability to enter a wealth of information on your contacts while integrating itself very well with both incoming, outgoing and missed calls.

    Now, while my colleagues point, laugh, and joke about how I have to find a corner to answer my phone, I’m comfortable with the idea that the Tundra accepts and knows it’s primary function is to be a Cell Phone and a tough one at that. I’m down with that.

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  2. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Phone I’ve ever owned, October 27, 2011
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    I’ve owned my Tundra for almost 3 years, and plan on keeping it as long as possible. No, it’s not razor-thin, but with regular use I’ve gone as long as a week between chargings, while my work-issued Samsung Galaxy barely lasts a day with every configurable feature turned off. Additionally, with the external antenna I still get 2-3 bars in a datacenter filled with servers and other interference, in a geographic area where I hear constant complaints regarding reception OUTSIDE the building.

    The call / reception quality is amazing, as is the speakerphone function. I have a pop-out cup holder in my dashboard (German’s are not big on their venti grande lattes while driving) which serves as a dock for the phone if I need to talk while driving. On AT&T’s network it has a push-to-talk feature, but I have so many unused minutes I think it’s stupid to pay extra for that.

    I purchased the phone when I was a logistics manager in a warehouse, and it has been been dropped on every surface imaginable, without a scratch. The buttons are large enough that someone with big hands (like myself) or someone wearing gloves can still make a call or even send a text message. My two children (as of this review, ages 1 and 3) have gotten hold of the phone numerous times, and even used it to teeth, and it still looks / works like it’s brand new.

    Yes, it only has a 2mp camera, but I own more photographic equipment than I can keep track of, and pocket-sized digital ‘daily-shooters’ start at a such low price for still-decent quality that there should be no reason to take pictures with a phone. Ever. I can’t make a phone call with your Olympus E-3, and you shouldn’t take a picture with your phone. I hope when this phone goes that AT&T still offers something like it. This is my 3rd Moto clamshell phone (what can I say, I’m a purist!)

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for my husband who breaks everything!, November 7, 2009
    By 
    Michelle R. Hill (Amarillo TX) –
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    This phone is perfect for my husband who breaks everything. He had the samsung rugby but hated it because he is a little technologically challenged. This phone is tough and easy to use. He loves it!!

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