My wife's cellphone has finally given up the ghost. If you squeeze and twist it just right, you can get it to start up, but then it dies again. I figure all the times she's dropped it has knocked something loose inside the phone. So now I have to go find her another one. I was looking at the Motorola V400 because it's a pretty nice looking phone, but it has no IR port. She uses the IR to beam stuff between her PDA and phone, so now I'm trying to decide if I should just replace the Nokia 6360 with another one or go with the 3200. The 3200 does a little more than the 6360, but it has a smaller battery which might not go over too well with the wife.
This is what Nokia puts on their cell phone battery pages:
Replacing a Battery?
A new Nokia phone may cost you less than a battery, after rebates, with a new wireless service plan.
I wonder if this is a sign of how much of a commodity cell phones have become, when your batteries last longer and cost more than your cell phone...