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I Have been using a pair of fairly basic cellphones with the boost service for a while now and I recently found a need to finnaly catch up with the world and get myself and my wife 2 good smart phones. Tell me a little about some of their features and make some reccomendations of what you guys would suggest. I am a total noob to these phones, so keep that in mind. I am not really sure what they cost with a plan,nor what the plan costs. my old boost setup gave us both unlimited minutes internationaly for $100 per month. I expect the fancy phones arnt comparable in terms of that price, but have far far more features. I am definitely leaning heavily towards a droid phone as opposed to the apple versions.

-i need 2 new phones and a decent plan.
-i need decent gps
-i need decent internet
-good coverage is of course, a major plus
-price
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go get verizon with 2 droid 3's, they are buy one get one free at the moment, and their 2gb data plan is pretty affordable.
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