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Verizon Wireless Sued Over V710 Bluetooth Limitations

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What's The Big Fuss Over VZW???

by 60660    Jan 18, 2005, 10:34 PM

Now, I can understand that people are mad that VZW is selling a phone that is not capable of certain file transfers that work with other carriers( US Cellular & Alltel), but the fact of the matter is, if the bluetooth working 100% on the Moto 710 was so important to any of them, then it was their responsibility to make sure of that before they bought it. For those of them that bought it and were told by either VZW or Motorola that the crippled bluetooth on the 710 would soon be fixed, it was still their responsibility to return it before their trial period was over if that turned out to be false. No one forced any of them to stay with VZW. Plus, what are any of them going to receive out of the lawsuit?? No compensation will be put into THEIR pockets if by some rare chance VZW looses to the suit. All they will get is the comfort of knowing that VZW has been sued. It will not put 100% capable bluetooth on the 710 or any of their other phones. Especially if this is because of an agreement with BREW. Just know that I am not saying of this because I have VZW as my wireless carrier, because trust me, I don't!! I don't know what's the big fuss over them in the first place. My only point is, that this entire lawsuit is ridiculous. With all the other REAL problems going on in the world, so many people here seemed to be concerned with the bluetooth on the Moto 710???? Rolling Eyes I'm out!!

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