The T608 was offered to business customers for a very, very limited time and was only available through our Telesales department. Official policy is that we do not support that model at all, and any issues with the T608 must be taken to SE. For more information on this short-lived beauty, see below:
when will you be quiting sprint? isn't t-mob hireing?
As for the support bit, type "T608" into Wizard.
Thank you. Know your stuff. Kthxbye.
what you can do over the phone? nothing pritty much the same as with other phones. in the store how ever we can service the phone. we can hp the phone, do sw on the phone and handel warentee issues. that is not in wizard! why? because wizard is for phone cust solutions (it is a good program but not the total sight for all sprint info)
Thus, I stand corrected.
Thank you. I will know my stuff. Kthxbye!
Hope the iphone will work on the Sprint network!!
This is correct. The LG-PM325 is due out before the end of October. Knowing Sprint, it'll likely be out either at the end of the month or early November.
Great! Will Sprint cripple the Bluetooth feature like VZW did?
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Besides, we have absolutely no way of knowing whether you've used the Bluetooth or not. The function doesn't use the network at all. You should damn well be able to sync the phone with your PDA.
Go with T-Mobile if it doesn't work out. Are you out of your Sprint contract?
Just so we're talking about the same thing, I do want to sync the two but I also want to be able to access the internet on my PDA using my phone. T-Mobile said no problem when I went in and talked to them.
My contract with Sprint is up in June.
i think the CDN is a number you select i am not sure since i have limited experiance with this device.
i would recomend you hang in there with sprint. the reason is with sprint you get 144 kb/s speed with t-mob it is only 28.8
if you talk to the right sprint rep they just might put you on vision.
What is that all about? No offense but it seems to me that the tech support at Sprint should be knowledgeable in what they can and can not do as a company. I should not have to, nor do I want to, make 50 calls until I find the right rep. All I want to do is make one phone call and get the info I need to get up and running. I don't even mind having to pay a little more because if I switch over to T-Mobile I will certainly be paying more for a considerably lot less in the way of minutes and features. So where do I find the one and only Sprint tech who can help me?
call into cust care and just tell they you need to enable vision on your phone (don;t tell them the use just tell them you want vision) and they will set you up.
I also want to be able to access the internet on my PDA using my phone.
Yeah, that part probably squicked the Sprint rep. You're not supposed to use the Vision phone as a modem. T-Mobile, on the other hand, has no such restriction. The data speed is a bit slower, but do you really need 56k speeds on a freaking PDA? 28.8 was pretty decent for basic web-surfing back in the day.