You seem to know a lot about verizon phones and I wanted your take on the 89000 vs. the Vx6000. These seem like the only two phones worth a damn at verizon. I have the old Kyocera 2235 and am ready for a new one. I would like the Moto V810 but it looks like that won't be out for a long time. Any thoughts?
Verizon Wireless is Giving customers who port in request that have taken more than 48 hours an automatic $25 credit to thier account, which is to more than enough to cover the cost of running two seperate accounts for a couple days.
What are the other companies doing to compensate thier new customers who are porting in, and experiencing delays??
I need an opinion on which phone to buy. I want a good phone and I am hearing bad reviews on the new 8900. How does everyone like the 6000? Are you noticing good coverage even though it is all digital? Also why does verizon's phone selection suck compared to everyone else??
Hi! Does anyone have any information on how TTY works with Cellular phones? More specifically Verizon. I have searched and searched and found nothing. I have even called Verizon Wireless Customer Support and they have no information whatsoever. It's a shame really. We have sold some Cell phones to hearing-impaired customers and we feel bad that we cannot supply any customer support because we don't know much about the technology either. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
alrite here's the deal, im looking for a phone to buy myself for my birthday now ive narrowed it down to 4 phones but i need to no which 1 is the best 1 out of the bunch! so heres the choices: 1-Samsung SCH-A530s 2-Audiovox CDM-8900 3-LG VX-4400b 4-LG VX-6000 also if theres ne kik ass new phones coming out soon let me know so maybe ill hold off for a little while alrite, thnx!
I was wondering if anyone could explain the differences between the network settings on an LGVX6000 (Home, A, B). Currently I have my phone set to B (on the advice of a Verizon rep), but I have my suspicions that this could lead to unneccessary roaming charges. Anybody care to clear this up for me? Thanks.