SAMSUNG SGH T-239: A New Pre-Paid T-Mobile

SAMSUNG SGH T-239: A New Pre-Paid T-Mobile

T-Mobie, the USA’s wide spread operator who provide a variety of phones of various companies is launching the Samsung SGH T-239 in its prepaid service portfolio. This phone is one of the finest handsets ever designed by Samsung in its slide handset range.

SAMSUNG SGH T-239

SAMSUNG SGH T-239

with other features, this handset can be available with a very affordable price.This handset can be available this month at price range of $ 59.99 or it can be provided to mobile enthusiasts in 2 year contractual agreement to use this operator. This dual band 850/1900 GSM MHz handset has a size of 96x47x17 mm dimension and TFT display of 176×220 pixels.

SAMSUNG SGH T-239

SAMSUNG SGH T-239

With other extraordinary features, this phone is embedded with a smart internet system. With Bluetooth, GPRS and web browsing facility you can access internet, send emails, SMS, MMS and other multimedia messaging.

You can even capture a high quality images through it VGA camera with 4X zoom. Moreover you getting the benefit to access internet and manage the internal operation through MyFavs and Web2go. You can save data such as music, video, images and SMS and contact in it 10MB memory, which expandable also.

More important is its polyphonic ring tones, MP3 audio support and Java enabled games.

SAMSUNG SGH T-239

SAMSUNG SGH T-239

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11 Responses to "SAMSUNG SGH T-239: A New Pre-Paid T-Mobile"

  1. marVZZ says:

    What processes to know the unlock SIM Of t-239

  2. Nora says:

    Just got this phone, on T-Mobile’s Pay-As-You-Go. I don’t use for more than brief planning communication & emergencies (and to let family know when I’m working late), so was not looking for a more modern “smart” phone or droid. This fit my budget and need and I love the look of it – am not a fan of clam-shells.

    This is an excellent BASIC phone. If you use a lot of apps and features, want to surf the web, use a data plan or are looking for an expandable phone you can grow into, this is not your phone.

    Note on MP3s and ringtones – yes, it does not play MP3s unless your network provider has that unlocked as part of your plan. BUT there are several ways around this to customize your own sounds and ringtones, then set them. You make the MP3 Clip you want for the ringtone, then convert it to an AMR or 3GP. Email that converted file to your phone and it will show as a “picture message”. You can open the mail, save the file, then look in “My Files” under “Voice” and set the ringtone wherever you want it. =)

    Something nice you don’t see in the cheaper clam-shells available in pre-paid plans: this phone does allow you to set specific ringtones for specific people in your phone book – also lets you set a specific pic for each person in your phone book as well, and also lets you customize groups in your phone book and personalize those too.

  3. UKA says:

    I will like to know if this phone Samsung t239 works in Nigeria, bought from Tmobile USA and will be unlocked in the USA

  4. fredy love says:

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  5. Sinha says:

    This samsung t239 does not work in INDIA if bought in USA and unlocked and brought in india. It wil be a toy for your child.

  6. Shay BaBy says:

    WHY DOESNT THE BLUETOOTH WORK FOR DiS PHONE??

  7. Robert says:

    This phone isnt good at all
    (I RECOMEND TO YOU ALL NOT TO GET THIS PHONE)

  8. Shoe says:

    HAHA Supports mp3? i wish…this thing only supports “sounds and some ringtones”….i wanted a cheap mp3 playing phone and this wasnt it..*sighs* oh well…its not bad besides that…ya and no expandable memory either

  9. Mr. Mentor says:

    Jugal…

    Regarding your question:
    “Does this can be used in india tooo….”

    I presume that you meant, can this cell phone also be used in India?

    A quick search with Google answers that question:
    http://www.ccamaharashtra.gov.in/HTMLDOCS/licensing/SPECTRUM.pdf

    “Spectrum and Mobile telephone services:
    Mobile telephone service providers in India use GSM and CDMA technologies.
    GSM technology works in the frequency bands of 900 and 1800 MHz in India and
    CDMA technology works in the 800 MHz band. 800, 900 and 1800 MHz bands
    were earlier allotted to the defence services for their mobile communication usage.
    However, upon the launch of mobile communication services for public, coordination
    was sought from the defence department to make the spectrum available for mobile
    services. Since the mobile communication technologies provide international
    roaming facilities, it is essential to allocate spectrum in the common bands which
    are being used the world over. Also, the mobile handsets being used are imported
    hence conform to the GSM 900/1800 bands. If radio frequencies are allotted in other
    bands then handsets will not be compatible with it and new handsets will have to be
    developed which will be costlier and therefore the cost of mobile communication
    services will also increase.”

    In addition, another source of information:
    GSM frequency bands, 3G, etc
    http://manosoftlive.com/blog/gsm.php

    The Samsung SGH-t239 sold in the U.S.A. (Americas) uses 850 MHz and 1900 MHz. India uses 900 MHz and 1800 MHz. Note what it says above:

    “If radio frequencies are allotted in other bands then handsets will not be compatible
    with it and new handsets will have to be developed which will be costlier and therefore
    the cost of mobile communication services will also increase.”

    In order to be compatible with both locations, you’ll need to look for a quad band (850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz & 1900 MHz) phone. This is also commonly referred to as a “world band phone” or simply a “world phone.”

  10. jugal says:

    Does this can be used in india tooo….

  11. Mr. Mentor says:

    i-techtalk…

    In regards to the Samsung SGH-t239:

    “…video, images and SMS and contact in it 10MB memory, which expandable also.”

    No, there are NO provisions for expanding the memory in the Samsung SGH-t239. Meaning that there is no micro-SD slot for memory expansion. You really wouldn’t expect such in a cell phone at this low of a price point. Further, there is NO MP3 music player or, for that matter, the capability to play them as ring-tones. A quick download of the owner’s Manual at Samsung’s Web site will prove this. Who ever wrote this review [apparently] hasn’t actually seen this phone before mentioning this above…

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