These are the most recent forum messages posted by Ktollstam:
This is a non-starter for T-Mobile. Why pay a grand for a phone that won't support the full spectrum of service provided by a carrier?
Re: No Band 71/ 600 Mhz Support
This is a show stopper for me.
Re: I love tmobile
I try to love them, but the overall performance is just not there. While they have great plans and fast LTE, for a carrier it is all about COVERAGE. Their plans, speeds and features are useless if your cannot get a signal.
Re: Interesting but not for me
I think this is a bridge too far for Amazon. This may appeal to a niche market, but I can't envision enough sales to justify the investment. Phone geeks will want something close to pure Android as possible, iOS people will stick with iPhone, this seems to be the worst of all worlds. But, maybe Amazon is only looking to make a marginal expansion with a focus on buying other products. Anyway, Jeff is maga-rich ...
Problems with 6270
I am not particularly concerned with the VM icon issue, although it is disappointing and annoying. I have the German model with Firmware version 3.53. What I have found is that every now and then (rarely but often enough to be a concern) it completely drops the signal; loses its mind. The "bars" drop to nothing and the GSM Carrier logo goes away. This has nothing to do with the actual signal available in the area. The only way ...
Re: 6270 and Cingular???
I have this phone running on Cingular. Everything works as expected. The GPRS/MMS settings can either be entered manually or automatically by using the Nokia WEB site "set up" feature. The phone displays "E" when it is in an EDGE enabled area ("G" when it is in a regular old GPRS area). The performance is impressive. Other issues: Voice Recognition is a disaster, battery life is less than desireable, why change the size of the power ...
Re: Go Phone Question
I have done just that. I bought an unlocked V600 in Singapore (used in on T-Mobile for a while - poor coverage in Upstate NY) and got go-phone service (a SIM) from ATTWS. No hassles, it works fine. mMode and MMS service set up via OTA programming. It costs a little more than a post paid plan, but not too bad. Nights start at 9, but only for a plan that runs $60 per month. Now go-phone is a ...