Techs & Trends
ANY GSM phones with GPS (Navigation) On them?
Small cellular company in Alaska - we are thinking of switching technologies in order to meet requirements - but have been unable to find GSM phones with GPS on them (Global Positioning)
why cant verizon come up with better phone sellection
NEC 525 vs. Gu87
samsung phone 4 vzr
but i may wait 4 the new samsung phone i just want to know a date
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Cingular is telling me that there are only 2 in existense. One or both of them are Nokia phones.
Can this be true? OR are they just trying to steer me into going with the phones they sell?
VERIZON & SAMSUNG PHONES
information Plz,personal Emergency response
disabled with Emphysema, COPD, on O2,& in an electric wheelchair, (but staying active)
Does nokia have any type of phone,with a GPS locator in it, where when out & about if an emergency happens i can push 1 button & automatically (911 emergency)would be able to locate me 7 send help if i cannot speak??,have a 3360 but would get better phone if nec,
right now looking at getting a separate phone to carry with me that has GPS (locator) &
PERSONAL EMERGENCY Response System
kyocera slider phone unlocking?
However, part of the appeal of a web browser was the ability to blow into a town and buy a hotel room last minute using Priceline, Hotwire, or Expedia.
I'm aware of the new Treo 600, and have given that some thought.
But frankly, I wonder if there's not another cheaper answer.
I generally carry a separate Verizon phone from the Sidekick anyway.
The rare occasions when I need to buy a hotel room, I could deal with a few ...
Looking for information on getting a short code
6340i user needs help using for data!!!!!
i downloaded the pc sync software and successfully sync'd my outlook. I have the gait plan and have had no success connecting the phone up as a modem. It tries but gets an immediate busy signal like something is wrong.
I am looking for this to really help my business.
Anyone know about the Nokia 6340i?
Field test mode
900 GSM and 1800 GSM are what the rest of the world uses.
And 1800 is what the US (N.A.?) has been using for digital mobile service.
Is all of the above correct, and if not will someone please enlighten me?
Thanks in advance!