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Verizon Wireless Sued Over V710 Bluetooth Limitations

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Replying to:  In disbelief by BigRob   Jan 17, 2005, 5:25 PM

Re: In disbelief

by muchdrama    Jan 17, 2005, 7:17 PM

BigRob said:
I just can't believe people are here supporting Verizon. I remember when this phone came out they said you could connect it to your computer, and I wanted one myself. I think it's perfectly fine for people to assume that the bluetooth on this phone allowed for them to transfer files. There isn't anything telling you different about it. Verizon knew exactly what they were doing. They knew if they said it couldn't sync with you computer they wouldn't sell many of these handicapped phones. I'm sure not a single sales rep told anyone it dind't work. Verizon is finally getting what they deserved. I'm am canceling my account with them tonight and eating the ETF. I'm tired of there BS. I have a AWS/Cingular acciount and it gets me better reception than Verizon.
Good riddance you bandwagon riding fool. Eat that ETF and begone. Do you want to know why I didn't buy the v710 when it came out? Because I did a little internet research and figured out what you could and couldn't do with the bluetooth. Ta da! It must be magic! Pathetic.

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