These are the most recent forum messages posted by Versed:
Re: Contacts not customizable
Hey, we've all been there, figuring you spent close to $900 for the phone, I can see where I'd get upset if I couldn't find a common feature. Good luck. Maybe I will pull the trigger.
Re: A little disappointed
I have a Note 5, and impressed with the Note 7, I pre-ordered from Best Buy, when I went to get it, they didn't have it. Nor did Best Buy have any 256gig sd cards of which I wanted, and they told me wouldn't get it till Oct. Reason I'm saying this is, I liked it, would have taken it if they had the phone, but canceled for strictly not wanting to spend the money at the present ...
Good, and it's not only AT&T
As a night worker, I find these robocalls frustrating, spoofed numbers which look similar to local or work numbers, hawking crazy credit card protection schemes. Fine's seizure of assets and prison terms should be in order. The state and local governments should pass stricter laws, and I include other nations. All my numbers are on the do not call list. While I don't really like it, I don't include legitimate companies that I do ...
Re: So sprint lied?
Then again, this is Sprint, they're already SOL. This is just another cruise down defecation creek.
Re: Bad Ripoff
How's those free Domino's Pizza's working for ya?
Not Bad, but?
I may have been more interested a few months ago when they first came out, but would like to see "the what is" with the new Note 7 and if it will be sold through similar channels?
Re: Incessant DirecTV ads?
It probably can be disabled in the applications section of settings, but before I would commit, I'd go into an AT&T corporate store which should have a live one and see if it could be disabled.
I know you or me wouldn't buy this phone, but I'm telling you there is a market for just simple mobile service, something like this or similar sells better then we both think. Maybe newer phone's will have LTE, and use VOLTE, but to be honest, the people who buy a simple flip phone only care if they can make a call, nothing else.
Re: Samsung Pay works at Target
Problem is, the CC companies and retailers in the US are resisting chips in cards and the machines that use them. Just got a new CC today and no chip. This is not cutting edge tech. It's used all over the planet. You and others being nailed by fraud is the fault of Target and the CC companies that aren't using this tech. Only way to get them to put chips in cards, is ...
Re: Nexus phones?
Good question, but while I can't say for sure, I would think they would. I'm very sure they want to sell these headphones to up coming and broader market.
Re: Great Job HTC!
If I didn't have a Note 5 and Nexus 6p, I would probably buy the HTC 10 direct and unlocked from HTC. HTC is offering a promo code for $100 which would make it $600 delivered (promo code HTC1008 if anyone is interested.) They also warranty the screen against breakage for the first year, as well as not voiding the warranty (on the unlocked version) if you unlock the bootloader. I also see that AT&T ...
Re: So many rules
Exactly, but I actually can do this, I keep an extra line, I can bogo, then cancel my extra line which I don't really care about the phone number since its rarely used, get the bogo then cancel that line. I know I am in a rare situation.
I like this better....
This seems a way better idea then using the cars data port, older cars can use the lighter slot and newer cars can run it off the usb port. That is if you need this solution.
Re: FCC Violation?
Then again, if it was T-Mobile doing this, all would be well and good. Seems people (for better or worse) are inconsistent on net neutrality.
Re: This just in...
If this company was viable, and not just a few phones sent out to some crowdfunding people, it probably have been good. Sure the looks of the turing are real nice, but it also using near two year old tech. I wouldn't mind using SailOS, but not on a niche product with little chance of viablity.
Re: I hope this comes to the US
While I think 6 inches is big, there is a market for it, and it should be available. No matter the phone OS you choose, it's not a one size fits all. Right now I use a Note 5 and it doesn't seem so big after using phablets for several years. As far as the new Mate 8, I would like to see real time reviews, and the price. I konw the screen is 1080p, ...
Think of the Children!
These guys have a sense of self entitlement, while not a big fan of Sprint, they do have the right to run their own spectrum, there has been warning for well over a year. And I have a knee jerk reaction against groups who play the "think of the children" card. 1. These are public schools, they should be providing internet access. Most have agreements with cable companies that went along with the franchise for the town or ...
Re: Where in Montana??
LOL, another T-Mobile employee, or someone get paid to post crap by :Legere. Are you the CTO of T-Mobile USA or something?
Re: Looks Promising ..... But
Yeah, but I'm also wondering since its being introduced in europe and asia first, if there is going to be a north american version. There are band differences in the phones sold in different regions in the past from One Plus. I would be interested if the lte band issue was solved, it had nfc and maybe using the 808 cpu.
Re: Looks Promising ..... But
And still, no NFC. I guess next summer and fall if they keep this up, they'll introduce the One Plus Chapter 11 Edition.
I'm wondering if you have the option of using swype, or provided screen based kb instead of the regular slider kb?
I also think this is the started price, those who use BB phones or wanting to back to BB will buy it at this price. I also think in a few months, as BB (and others) have done, the price will go down. I do think the phone is a little overpriced. $649 would have been ok. There are features with the Priv that do warrant a higher price, being able to use a ...
Re: Not True
True, but it was for a different reason, T-Mobile did it because of lack of service in many areas. Which has significantly improved, probably to the point it's not needed for the most part. Still it was nice to have it outside the country and there was open wifi. AT&T and VZW did it mainly because it was an iPhone feature that they wanted to impliment.
LOL, good luck with that!
Pretty Neat, but?
I do think this phone is pretty decent, but its also expensive for what it is, as well as after a year or so, you have to pay Silent Circle. For those who need such security, just save like $300.00 and get a BlackBerry Passport with no other added fee's.
Here's the problem.
AppleCare is good for two years, they will allow you to switch to the next bottle as it becomes available. Being next year this time. You just dropped $129 for a two year insurance on a phone which is tied to that phone. So next year, you have to do this all over again. Am i wrong in this??
They Sound Like a Cardealership.
Its like reading the Sunday Newpaper Autosection, where some VW dealer is going to lease you a Passat Diesel Limited Edition for $89 per month.
I just Don't Understand?
Samsung has the app already on their latest phones, and either was pushed or could be installed on the SGS6(edge), The nfc is open, Samung could sign up deal with the bankS and creditcard companies without permission of the carriers. Chase and others have similar but less able apps and work and can be downloaded. Samsung has its own app store, and I'm sure previous models can download it, if its available.
Re: Not Coming Soon to a Store Near You
but it has electrolytes
Re: RIP Blackberry
I don't think they are going to fail, I think the Venice is going to allow them to be a minor player. BB has its core user base, some corporate, significant amount of goverment use (not only Canada and the US) and a small but loyal amount of BB fans. But they won't be what they were, several years ago my sister who works for a major food corporation was given a choice, they will replace her corporate phone ...
Re: RIP Blackberry
Hopefully the new Venice will give them some more life support, doubtful they will become a dominate player, but at least be relevent.
Similar results with AT&T
I found when I first got the phone for AT&T volume seemed like you a bit low, but seemed to have improved, don't know why? Battery which I expected to be bad, was better then I thought. First real hard use that I was not home was today, started out at around 7:30am to take my daughter back to her University in Philadelphia gave me pretty good battery life, downloaded like 6 updates, some mild web surfing, ...
Re: Network support
Yeah, thats why they probably opted for the iphones and Nexus 6 which have cdma capablity. But what is going to be even more insane, is all of a sudden VZW will act as if this is something new and innovative, never mind gsm has been doing this since the 90's.
Re: That moment when...
I now this is the CDMA section but I did get the Note 5 (AT&T) for both the savings of $100 and the S-Pen. Its a choice and both great.
Nokia said or hinted they wanted to get back into the phone business in 2016, they could buy the site back from MSFT. But something tells me they plan more on marketing their name then making anything. And I agree is sad people are losing their jobs.
Re: The Sprint Doom & Gloomers of 2006 Are Still Here
You do have a point, but also hearing about the next great Yabba Dabba Do network thats going to blow everyone else out of the water for every year, for the last 9 or more years. Hows that coming along? Or are they still gong to continue to blame everyone else for their problems?
They got off light.
What they should have done is fined them $1,000,000 then had their CEO, President and CIO given 80 or more of community service. Having pictures of them in orange jump suits picking up trash around government buildings would send a message.
Re: That moment when...
Outside of Samsung has priced themselves out of what I'm willing to pay for a phone, also unless I have to replace a phone, I like to wait abit to see if issue surface first month or so While I do like the curve display, I'd save the money and get the Note 5 if I was to buy.
Re: These are very nice indeed, but...
I do agree, the Note 5 and Edge are nice, but honestly they priced themselves out of the market. There are many great phones coming out in the sub $500 area with close spec's or to the point its not worth spending hundreds extra. The new Moto X Pure, OP2 (but too much headgames, no nfc, no rapid charge). Plus offerings from ZTE and other Chinese makers.
Re: And people complain about Sprint now....
As much as I am no fan of Comcast, they'd probably be far better off, they'd invest more in its system, package it with their cable division, which would bring in more customers and with that cash. Softbank and to a lessor extent DT care far more for their home markets then they do here in the US. Not saying its right or wrong, but its a fact.
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