Attn: Rich Brome
New York Area
i.e. is cingular better that AT&T?
WAP site list?
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Getting pix from phone to PC?
I'm considering the Moto V400, but I can't determine how you get the pix from the phone to a PC. I don't want to pay for service to Email the pix, I just want to get them into Outlook so I can send a group mail.
Do most cameras have a data cable port, or infrared, or some other means to grab the pix?
Ant other phones I should consider?
Verizon 2 year contract
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Can the Panasonic G70 be used under T-Mobile network?
who has best nationwide prepaid service
i looked at simplefreedom from alltel and the go phone from at&t. is there something better than these out there?
cellular phone manufacturing
I'm not sure if this is the proper forum for my inquiries, but from reading the posts here, everyone seems extremely helpful and friendly.
To the point, I just wanted to find out if any one here is interested in creating/designing and manufacturing their own cellular phones? Essentially, I would design and manufacture the phone to your specifications/needs.
If you or anyone you know might have an interest in manufacturing design specific phones, please reply or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again, I apologize if this is the wrong forum to post, and if any rules were broken it was unintentional.
Problems with Sprint Connection
MMS with Nokia 6600
I'm new at this site so please bear with me if my question seems redundant... I have a nokia 6600 which works great except for sending and receiving MMS. What I mean by this is that it doesn't work if I send it via t-zones(t-mobile)... it works fine via bluetooth... infrared also works but only as text... I've called t-mobile several times but was unsuccessful in resolving the problem... I've also talked to nokia but they don't seem to have the answer either, except for the nokia 6620 (US version of 6600)... If anyone out there has the same problem, and you've found the solution, please don't hesitate to share... I'd greatly appreciate all the info and help..
Thanks, in advance
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1. COVERAGE AREA
2. ASK A FRIEND HOW THERE SERVICE WORKS.
(not what they think of the company)
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upgrade programs through customer care for different company's
I'm interested in finding out how the upgrade programs work for other companies. This has always been one of the most frustrating parts of my job, as we've been hard stretched to compete with new activations through websites such as amazon.com. Even regular new activations without huge rebates can sometimes get the same or better deals than long term customers.
I know there are several factors involved. New activations often include rebates, which skew the actual cost of the phone when compared to the advertised price of the phone.
Are the upgrade programs for other companies simliar? Do th...
Phone dimensions/external anttennas
I went to Radio Shack and got a Samsung V1660. I didn't like it, so I returned it within a week. Even though I already had a 1-year contract with Sprint, I had to sign up for 2-years more to qualify for a rebate on the phone. Even though I returned the phone, the Sprint rep I talked to said I'm stuck with the 2-year contract, and will have to pay their $150 fee to get out of it.
Can I undo this, or am I really stuck with my 2-year contract?