Sprint Clarifies LG Rumor Issues
Jan 2, 2008, 12:55 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint says that low inventory levels of the LG Rumor are due to its high sales volume, not because the device was removed from shelves because of a glitch. Sprint did find a minor technical error in some Rumor's, but it was limited in scale and Sprint already issued a fix for affected customers. Sprint is working to boost inventory, and expects the Rumor will be widely available soon.
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I thought so...
Now as for the news about the glitch, sprint already sent the fix to the customers who were affected. 🙂
Its because of the LG Voyager.
We sold out of the Rumor within 4 days of having them. They've been on back order for about 4 or 5 weeks now. We were told 2nd week of Jan we should start seeing them again.
Also the glitch they speak of was for the "Panic Mode" ...it occured when a series of numbers were pushed at the startup of the phone which would cause the phone to basically wipe itself out. Unfortunately as a result... the phone could not be reprogammed & it would be deemed as useless.
So its true... the phones were not removed from the stores... we simply just ran out.
Where's the source?
high sales volume