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Big Daddy

Mar 19, 2004, 6:06 PM
In a recent study Motorola was found to be the lowest grade phone in the market today. Even the regular "Can and String" seem to work better than any Motorola wireless phone. Surprising results show that no matter what they tried the phones just broke and broke and broke. Even the strongest super glue could not hold the infamous Antenna on these phones. The US goverment has decided to send these junkers to Iraq to for a quick sell to the al quida and terroist groups to use. This might just help them win the war on terror. Consumers are strongly advised to watch out for these decieveing electronics. One spokesman said "your better off buying a telegraph machine". So watch out and be smart dont waste 300 bucks and stay tuned for more info.
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motopaulie

Mar 19, 2004, 7:09 PM
what have i said about AWS reps becoming unemployed people in the near future?
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Big Daddy

Mar 20, 2004, 1:39 AM
You aint talkin bout me
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GWFOX

Mar 20, 2004, 6:29 PM
I don't know where you get your information BIGDADDY.

Yes I will agree that Motorola has had terrible phones in the past (T700 series and V60i and earlier). Out of several wireless carriers I have sold, I found that there are some gems.

V60S
This phone has REDEEMED the entire non-nextel phone line. This phone DOES NOT DIE, has the best speakerphone, a semi-fair battery life. Compare this model to any other V60 non-nextel line. It's 100% better than any of its predecessors.

V120E
This phone has also done extremely well! I NEVER see these phones come back. Hard working and cheap. Fair battery life. Good economy model.

Nextel - ALL
About every single phone for Nextel has done fantastic. I will not promise that every phone has bee...
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Big Daddy

Mar 20, 2004, 8:47 PM
blah blah blah
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motopaulie

Mar 31, 2004, 11:15 AM
ok, so what do the AWS customers have to say about your service, huh? Nothing but cr*p. Besides, u are gonna be swallowed by cingular. Moto's gonna be still there... C'mon, show your supervisor that u can try to be productive!!! If he likes u, he's gonna let u be in Cingular... as a Janitor!!!! Laughing
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ripley

Mar 31, 2004, 12:05 PM
motopaulie said:
C'mon, show your supervisor that u can try to be productive!!! If he likes u, he's gonna let u be in Cingular... as a Janitor!!!! Laughing



that was too funny!!
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Big Daddy

Mar 31, 2004, 5:23 PM
You are a waste of space who totally ignores the fact that moto phones are voted the most difficult to operate on the market, regardless of the model
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motopaulie

Apr 2, 2004, 10:56 AM
so what?
moto has become a generic in the market-even the nokia customers call us...
so, what is att? nothing but a bunch of tire-fixers...
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Big Daddy

Apr 5, 2004, 9:25 PM
I would rather clean the toilets in the polynesian red light district with my tongue than work for or use a moto Laughing
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Athena

Mar 20, 2004, 8:56 PM
GWFOX SAID:
"Please don't single out one person and one company and attack them on these forums for no reason at all. If you have an issue post it. We'll all talk about it and figure out what's going on with a company/retailer."


Motopaulie started this **** on the AT&T Wireless forum by spewing garbage about AT&T Wireless, and supposedly stating he works for Motorola and agrees that all their phones are crap. While I am not in agreeance with the cross posting on the forums, you should realize that some people from the AT&T Wireless forum have plenty reason to "attack" him.
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Big Daddy

Mar 20, 2004, 9:10 PM
Amen sista well put
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