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Motorola's Handset Arm Prepping for Massive Layoffs

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Top message:  R.I.P. Motorola Q by htrony   Jan 11, 2009, 8:58 PM

Replying to:  Re: R.I.P. Motorola Q by sprintrep08   Jan 12, 2009, 1:56 AM

Re: R.I.P. Motorola Q

by coldsmoke    Jan 12, 2009, 3:39 PM

Now, let me get this straight...... some dude with the name "sprintrep08" is giving grief to Motorola!
HA!..... Sprint is the next one in the tank. Actually, I think they've been in the tank since they bought Nextel. Talk about idiotic decisions.....
Sprint was a bad choice for a cellular provider BEFORE buying Nextel. Then Nextel comes on the scene and the Sprint reps can't figure out which version of which phone to sell you. And God forbid you call their tech line for support..... you have a push to what phone???

Come on fella, get a life.
Motorola as a company has been an industry leader in a number of areas, cell phones being only ONE of them. They also lead the field in two way communication devices, set top boxes for the cable/satellite industry, and oh by the way, cellular infrastructure systems that many cellular providers use to provide cell service, (Sprint and Nextel are two of their customers!)
You coming out of the box saying the "Razr was the worst phone ever made", well.... you're just showing your ignorance.
Up until recently, I believe October/November 2008, the Razr was the highest selling phone EVER and now has only been outsold by the Iphone. Not bad for the "worst phone ever made".
What a knucklehead.

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