Sony Ericsson K550 / W610
What about us?!
http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/finder_results.php? ... »
...but it didn't work out:
They made a strategic decision to focus on GSM, (except in Japan,) and they re-confirmed that strategy at 3GSM this year. They have no current plans for CDMA for the US.
IF you're gonna quit Verizon, step up to #1, CINGULAR!!!
Well, Verizon charges you up the wazooooo for anything you do... (hell, they charge you if you want to change ESNs...)
The reason a lot of people's calls drop on Cingular is because they have crappy phones. I have a Nokia 6682, and my call barely drops in San Diego, CA.
And a dropped call is when the NETWORK cannot handle the call, not when you leave the service area. This is what confuses most people.
T-mobile doesn't have as many dropped calls as Cingular is probably due to Cingular being #1 in terms of the amount of customers (thats going to change when we buy Alltel ) so it has more peo...
i have a 6682 also, best phone ever!
Can you tell these people that it really does matter what phone you use as far as reception/dropped calls?
Do you drop often on your 6682?
(hell, they charge you if you want to change ESNs...)
Verizon should seriously consider adopting R-UIM cards (basically CDMA SIM cards). I have a PDA but I would not like to take it anywhere where it can get broken (because PDAs aren't very durable, pretty much one bad drop and it's done) and quickly switch R-UIMs. I guess I can do an online ESN change, but what about if I'm on vacation and want to use my PDA but when I go to the beach, use my old Audiovox 8910?
I say we start a petition.