Verizon Announces VX8100 Music Upgrade
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Sep 6, 2005, 10:22 AM by (staff)
Verizon today announced that owners of the LG VX8100 can bring their phone into Verizon stores for a software upgrade. The upgrade will allow users to load mp3s onto a memory card and play them back on the phone. The VX8100 features music playback controls beneath the phone's external screen, but shipped without an mp3 player. It is rumored the phone will be compatible with Verizon's music download service when it launches early next year. Verizon is clearly bracing itself for the buzz that will be created by the launch of Motorola's iTunes phone on Cingular.
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VERIZON EXECS = WRONG AGAIN!
These are more than likely the same execs that short change their reps when their reps score large potentially million dollar corporate contracts with no additional commissions for the Verizon rep, and who have continually taken the large co...
If the phone does NOT have an MP3 player, what's the use of putting mp3s on a card if there is no way of playing them?
The Verizon execs who approved the crippling of the LG-VX8100 were clearly wrong. Once again their greed driven interests of paying their techs to cripple features so they can later down the road over-charge their c
As far as corp...