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Any recommedations for Bluetooths for Samsung A930?
Aug 8, 2006, 4:51 PM
in the Article: CES 2005 forum

Now that I have had my Samsung a930 phone for a couple months, I am ready to get a Bluetooth headset. This is real new to me. A couple months ago, some forum users said some sets were incompatible with this phone. Any recommendations for which Bluetooth works well with this phone? I notice that the prices for Bluetooth sets on ebay run from a few dollars to way over $100. What is a good price ...

Re: Annoying beep on a930
Jul 13, 2006, 2:28 PM
in the Samsung SCH-A930 forum

Thanks - this was helpful! I have been so pleased with this phone.

Annoying beep on a930
Jul 13, 2006, 11:35 AM
in the Samsung SCH-A930 forum

I just received my new Samsung a-930. It's awesome, but has one annoying feature. When a voicemail comes in, it alerts you. Ok, I attended to the voicemail. I even erased it. The phone keeps beeping.I have no symbol that is showing. I even left myself a new vm & tehn deleted it. What do I need to do to kill the alert? Thanks.

Is there anything like the Moto 325 with Bluetooth?
Mar 19, 2006, 6:20 AM
in the General forum

After much debate over which phone to get with my New Every Two upgrade on Verizon, I chose a Samsung A950 & don't like it. So I'm shopping again. I really like the keyboard layout, display, & ringlights on the Motorola V325 - but I wonder why they didn't put Bluetooth on this phone. Does anyone know of a Motorola phone from any carrier that is basically like the V325 with Bluetooth?

Re: and that is why you don't buy things online
Mar 12, 2006, 8:03 AM
in the General forum

That's interesting. The reps in the brick & mortar store have said the A950 was pretty good - as long as you don't cover where you said. I am concerned with reception. I live in a trailer. Until 12/05, I had great reception from my LG4600, then I started dropping calls. I wanted the Bluetooth capability & am not in a position to pay much more than what my credits cover. Would you suggest a ...

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 6:58 PM
in the General forum

What did you upgrade to? I was trying to get the Samsung A950 which is priced at $269. With a two year new contract & the online rebate, the price was $79.99 which would be covered by my $100 eqpt credit. I was told by several VZW reps that my price would be the $79.99. If I am doing something wrong, I am open for suggestions. It appears that the line between the phones & the plan for the ...

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 6:29 PM
in the General forum

Yep. I am eligible according to every Verizon rep I have talked to. When you buy new service,after you have selected the phone, you choose your plan & your accessories. For upgrade customers, I would think the options would be the same.

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 6:21 PM
in the General forum

I am not snapping at you. Obviously you do not know what you are talking about. New every two offers a $100 credit. If I wanted to buy a phone that has a discounted price of $200, I would expect to pay $100. That's no the point. Did you bother to read the post before you went into your knee-jerk defense of poor customer service?

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 6:14 PM
in the General forum

Actaully, I have a cell phone that is dying. The problem has gone on for a week. The don't seem to be willing to give me any credits. If I can't get any help, of course I will have to wait till it's fixed. As I've said, I just expected more help from Verizon. By the way, I'm from Cleveland, OH, not the misspelled mess I entered earlier.

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 6:06 PM
in the General forum

I wonder if ther is just a problem in my area (Leveladn, OH)? Even the rep couldn't get things to work right or direct me to how I could make the site work. I slected "upgrade phone" from my account & then was propelled over to the phone section, where there were no discounts listed & as noted, no option to change the plan. Do you have some suggestions?

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 6:03 PM
in the General forum

No one is snapping at you. Companies need to be responsible. New Every Two is my contract. Why should I have to pay $50 more upfront & lose a valuable giveaway because they are having a technical problem?

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 5:53 PM
in the General forum

When you attempt to upgrade the phone, all you can do is buy a phone at full price, There is no option to select a contract. If you follow through the upgrade process, if you hit "submit," your card will be charged the full price, with non of the online discounts & no discounts due to the contract. Even the customer service folks I spoke with said there is a problem on the site if you try ...

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 5:04 PM
in the General forum

Whose website is it? What company is irritating customers when a website in their name does not work? Do companies have no responsibility to help people if the technology they set up doesn't work? Rhetorical questions perhaps, but if people leave Verizon due to this catch 22 situation, there'll be fewer costs but also less revenue from contracts to pass along! Since I have always had great service from Verizon, this whole things is a big disappointment to ...

Re: Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 4:38 PM
in the General forum

Gotcha, thanks. But is it my fault the website doesn't work right? I'd be perfectly happy to do it online. Is Verizon so run by computers that people can't help customers when the website isn't working? I am sure it is more cost effective for Verizon to have customers do things on line but if the site isn't working, does that mean there is no customer service? That's my point.

Verizon New Every Two on line snag
Mar 11, 2006, 3:00 PM
in the General forum

I am a mostly happy Verizon customer who is due for a phone upgrade with their new every two plan. On line, they offer instant rebates & special deals not in the store. When I went to do the upgrade & signup for my new contract, the website wasn't working right. When I tried to contact Customer Service, I was told the only was they could help me either online or on the phone was by paying $50 ...

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