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Siemens Great, but AT&T kills the deal


Jan 2, 2004, 3:52 PM
Unless you want to quit your job and become a full time AT&T customer, don't buy this product, b/c you have to deal w/AT&T.

AT&T will leave you w/out cell phone service, in the case of porting your number from say Veizon, and they will overcharge you. Also, if you have any problems, then (I'm not kidding) you better be ready for 8-12 hours per problem of hold time and more run around than Bill Clinton chasing an intern.


Jan 10, 2004, 8:43 AM
AMEN Rolling Eyes

Mar 16, 2004, 10:23 PM
lol that because u dumbass customers are calling because u dont know how to use your phones for simple things like vm..or texting...or making calls and millions of you idiots are calling in.....putting us in que for years on end

Apr 1, 2004, 11:51 PM
No doubt, canadianguy. ddorsch, it's people like you calling in saying, "My phone was asking for an access code and so I just kept entering numbers because I didn't know what that was & now it says, "SIM Card Denied"....thank you and those like you for long lasting JOB SECURITY.... Very Happy

Sep 13, 2004, 10:57 AM
If you have problems with your phone I am sure that it can be easily taken care of. You just have to have some patience.

Jun 18, 2007, 4:29 PM
hi, someone gave me this phone, they dont remember the password, so i cant get any of my u know how i can reset it? and enter a new password without knowing the old one? thanks in advance...angel Cool

Mar 19, 2008, 12:53 AM
I find this posting rather ironic. Considering that my research has put at&t Mobility (Which should never be confused with the old AT$T Wireless or AT$T Corp.) in the leading rank of national coverage.

I will not say that it is a personal issue of yours based on your location, but coverage numbers so far cannot lie.

Lets look at this years numbers shall we?
at&t (the new one)-293 Million people covered nationally. 96%
Sprint CDMA-262 Million 86%
Sprint iDen-274 Million 90%
T-Mobile-268 Million 88%
Verizon Wireless-(still at) 260 Million 85%

BTW-the percentages are a percentage based on how many people covered over how many people currently live in the US, thanks to the US Census Bureau.

The reason I said still at for VZ...

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