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Top message:  WE ALL NEED TO COMPLAIN: HERES HOW by WylieECoyote   Oct 25, 2004, 8:11 PM

Replying to:  Re: WE ALL NEED TO COMPLAIN: HERES HOW by uNt0uChAbLe   Oct 26, 2004, 3:31 PM


by WylieECoyote    Oct 26, 2004, 3:59 PM

YOU ARE MISSING THE POINT. If you buy a tooster oven at Walmart do you expect them to have materially changed it? If you buy a car at a dealership do you expect that they have changed the motor from a 8 cylinder to 4 cyclinder? There is NO difference here. They materially changed the features on the phone from the manufacturers specifications.

I DONT CARE HOW THIS WEB SITE DEFINES BLUETOOTH. The REAL definition is from the creators.
The V710 is supposed to implement v1.2 of the the bluetooth protocol. Look it up yourself.

Verizon told me in my 15 day period that they were implementing it in a firmware update. They now claim that they are not.

The neat thing is that once a lawsuit is filed, we can issue subpoenas to this web site and find out just how many of these people are Verizon employees. Isnt that going to look great in court. Before running off at the mouth, check with your lawyers. It is ALL fair game during discovery. But im sure you already knew that.

Oh, by the way, the reason they pulled the phones is because the FCC made them. In changing Bluetooth they altered the phones transmission and reception characteristics. What they now have is a phone that has not been tested by the FCC in its current configuration. Verizon is a carrier - not a manufacturer - and is not authorized or licensed to make such modifications. They can repair a product to make it meet the origional specs, but not alter it.

BTW, the law firm works based on a "Contingency" - they get paid by Verizon at the settlement. They would not take the case if they didnt feel that they would win.

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