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Dec 3, 2007, 9:52 AM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

PC Sync

I once saw a comment from a user on CNET that says he/she uses this phone to sync his/her address book using Bluetooth. I haven't seen anywhere on Pantech's nor ATT's website that this is possible.

Can anyone comment first hand if they have done this or not? I really want to get this phone, but want to be able to sync with my PC.

Nov 8, 2007, 5:23 PM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

speakerphone too low

I received my free Pantech c150 phone and I love it.
It is the cutest phone, I love that it's so small.

All the features work great, except for the speakerphone.
It is too low. I already have the volume set all the way up.
Yet, I have to put the phone next to my ear to hear the speakerphone. Does anyone else have this problem with
the speakerphone?

because if it's just me, my phone, I will get another Pantech c150.

It's not just you. It sucks that you have to position the phone precisely!

Nov 8, 2007, 9:59 PM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:


All righty. I've had this phone activated for about an hour now... I bought a ringtone and I cannot find it anywhere. Help me out?
Oh, and I've already done the Menu > My Stuff > Audio, and it's not there. Only the ones that came with the phone which are not exactly my favorite...

Oct 13, 2007, 1:18 PM
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DUN service / palm tx

i'd like to use the dialer on my palm t/x to dial numbers on my Pantech c150. the bluetooth is connected (i can transfer images). when i use the dialer on the palm i get a meesege on the phone -"connenct to DUN?", i click Yes, than the phone re-dials the last number that was dialed on the phone itself, and disconnect immediatly. any suggestions?

Oct 13, 2007, 1:12 PM
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entering a pause after a phone number?

i just got my new Pantech c150. i use a calling card to make international phone calls - and i am trying to program the number in the address book, with a pause after the number and than the access code number. i can't figure out how to enter a pause. anyone knows?

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Sep 8, 2007, 4:49 PM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

Pantech C150 (Custom??) Message Alerts

When I had my Nokia, I could designate any ring tone for text message and new voice mail alerts. That way, when I'd receive a text message, I'd hear a cool ring tone.

With the Pantech C150 phone, I have no idea how to select a specific ring tone for text message alerts. I am not even sure if it is possible. I have three choices - all stupid bells!!

If anyone has any incite, please reply here and/or histeve426@cs.com. Thank you.

Aug 23, 2007, 6:26 PM

Wow, tiny...

...that's one tiny candy bar.

Nice video review!
I agree! It's nice to see that they still care enough to take time to review "entry-level" handsets.
that's what she said. 😉

Aug 15, 2007, 9:25 PM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

C150, C120, C3b??

I am not really so much into features, but want a good phone that can withstand possibly being dropped, has good reception, and I do like speaker phone.

I don't see myself using bluetooth (so I wouldn't knock out the C120.)

I like how they are all small, any thoughts on which is the better phone overall.
Additionally, there has been some question if the phone has a memory card slot. Does this mean you cannot insert your Cingular (at&t) SIM card?

Aug 18, 2007, 11:07 AM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

voice memo?

Okay I just really want to make sure that on whatever phone I get, I can use whatever I record I can use as a message alert and/or ringtone. I think somebody had said that you can't use anything but the 3 message alerts that come with the phone... but does anybody know?

May 25, 2007, 6:02 PM
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Why doesn't Pantech include a memory card in their phones?

chocolateman85006 said:

I'm sure this is meant for the "what do I need a memory card in my phone for again?" crowd.

Still though...a nice little simple barphone.
Being a basic phone this has just basic features.

There are phones in the pipeline that do include memory card slots as well as 3G bands and more...
if you'd look at the specs you'd realize this is a replacement for the L6 by Motorola, it offers more memory along with an easier UI (pantechs) so for a free phone (2year contract) its a good buy
They do!

This is an entry-level phone. In a whole lineup of phones, obviously the lower-end models won't have all of the features.

All of Pantech's higher-end phones for this year do have memory card slots:

https://www.phonescoop.com/news/ite »...

May 26, 2007, 1:48 PM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

lookin to replace the L6

due to the feature set, its almost obvious its built to replace the moto L6 with adding more memory and an easier UI its going to be a great simple bar/camera phone
If it's the actual replacement for the C120, it will be strictly GoPhone. I hope that's the case.

May 25, 2007, 6:52 PM
over in the "Pantech C150" discussion:

Not Bad....

This is another reason why at&t's GoPhone product is so strong. Good, cheap phones. The Pantech c120 did much better than I had expected, we couldn't keep them in stock @ my store.
This looks like a solid, well featured phone.

Good job, Pantech.
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