Way to transfer phone book contacts from LG VX8300 to new Droid 2?

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    I have a Motorola Droid 2 that I plan to use with my Page Plus account. Does anyone know of an easy way to transfer my contacts and calendar appointments to a Droid 2 from it? I would have used Backup Assistant if I was on Verizon but I'm not anymore. I used a program called BitPim with my VX8300 to get pictures off but I don't know if you can use BitPim with a Droid 2 phone or not.
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    I just saw this post, sorry for the late reply. I had the exact same problem and someone on line suggested connecting the two phones via Bluetooth. It worked great. To do this I had one phone discover the other, then on the LG phone there was a way to push contacts via BT. Each contact bacame a file on the SD card of the Droid. Then I just touched each file to import it.

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    If you still haven't solved it, BitPim will let you save your contacts. You can also export your contacts within the contacts settings menu most likely.
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