Verizon Launches LG VX-4500
Jan 28, 2004, 12:04 PM by (staff)
LG Mobile Phones and Verizon Wireless today announced the VX-4500, the successor to the popular VX-4400. The new model adds a two-way speakerphone function and advanced voice control. The voice features are speaker-independent, requiring no training. Users can dial contacts by name or number, and control other features of the phone such as the calendar. The VX-4500 will be available tomorrow, for as low as $89.99 after rebate, with a two-year contract.
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Sprint to Verizon. Did I screw up?
I've had my 4500 since last Saturday. Switched from Sprint PCS (the anti-christ of cell providers). I live in the middle of a med.-sized city and couldn't use Sprint anywhere in neighborhood. Had to drive 2 blocks away to make long distance calls.
Anyway, I switch to Verizon because of their reputation for being a first class outfit. Well, my first experience did NOT inspire confidence. The sales person was way helpful and courteous- she even gave me free Saturday delivery. Well the phone arrived but there was a glitch porting over my old number. I talked to 3 different reps last Saturday and each went on and on about Sprint holding everything up. After about 55 min. total of talking I was told it would be ported at 8:00pm ...
Looks worse than 4400
Missing the boat here people......
lg vx-4500 looks like an egg
i'm lookin foward to see what the people think of it when they go the store
LG VX-4500 impressions. Any comments on this or verification?
All in all I think it is a good phone, voice recognition is pretty good-better than my Kyocera 3035e. Screen is fairly good but in bright sunlight could be a little tough to read. A lot of ring tones but of course I will try to download some other ones.
This phone as you may know can dial by your saying the digits of a phone number
or by saying a name. It is fairly accurate on the names and if it does not find the right match it will announce a few others (up to 4) that you can approve (say "Yes") for dialing.
I wish there was a DIAL Command so I could simply say "DIAL JOE HOME". However this is...
Lots of good info from other users th...