These are the most recent forum messages posted by kazahani:
An obviously two-faced money grab.
This is dumb. Most new cars come with satellite radio and a GPS unit with touchscreen controlls. What about banning those? What about a trucker's CB Radio? Look at all the crazy computer stuff that they cram into a policecar. You're telling me I can't be on my phone in the car, but a police officer is required to operate his radar and scanner and god knows what else? Give me a break. They just want more money.
RIM won't be impressing me until they move BB to QNX.
And the death rattle continues...
Another cookie-cutter device. What makes them think this will sell any better than the other models that look exactly the same and do the same things?
The Obvious Solution:
Google buys T-mobile out from under AT&T. There. I fixed it.
Re: so....no 32gb model?
SanDisk just released their 64GB MicroSD Cards. Only two-hundred bucks(lol)!
Re: Iphone 5 or Thrill
I have to agree. Go with the SGSII, not the Thrill.
Re: Iphone 5 or Thrill
wtf is 5g? You're not one of those morons that thinks your iphone 4 is a 4g device, are you?
Re: THEY NEED TO ASK OBAMA TO INTERVENE
You mean like he "fixed" the economy?
Normally I think the government screws up everything it lays it's hands on, however...
Since in this instance the President would be stopping the nonsense allowed by other parts of the government, I find myself being more than ok with this idea.
I will laugh if they push out the iphone 5 this summer and it doesn't have 4g.
I will laugh very hard.
Me like. Too bad it's only going to work until ATT shuts off T-mobile's AWS :(
Re: I Saw This Coming
How is it that we have allowed an unelected body of political appointees the power to force a private business to enter into a legally binding contract against their will? Who are these monkeys accountable to? Short answer: no one in particular.
Re: Lame FCC
Hitur Petar said: Thats true. In other words, they have no problem with this type of agreement when it benefits them, but they don't wanna play by the rules when it doesn't. Duh, they're in business to make a profit. Unelected bureaucrats should not be able to wield this kind of power over private enterprise. What if the FCC regulates your wireless carrier out of business? What will you say then?
It's all about interpretation. Taken literally, the first amendment does not permit any of those things, however the government has been allowed to pass "reasonable regulations" by the court system. CTIA is suing because they claim San Francisco's policy goes beyond what is considered "reasonable".
Re: I look at that number--
I have the original Samsung Vibrant, and I was curious as to how much faster their HSPA+ was going to be, since the fiber optic cables T-mobile is using should be speeding up their 3G network as well, so I went to speedtest.net on my phone, and got a result of 1.6 Mbps on the downlink! "Ha! I said to myself. "Who needs 4G?" That's when I realized my phone was still on WiFi...
Radio Shack ain't too shabby...
I swear I never knew they even had phones until I went in there and they told me about the trade in thing. They gave me $100 credit for my old Motorola Droid, and the plan for the Samsung Vibrant I got was like $25 a month cheaper than stupid Verizon was charging me...