Forum carrier discussion groups
I am a consumer looking for information that compares phones and technologies, but also information from a consumer stand point as to how the various carrier perform so that I might make an informed decision on the best carrier and phone solutions for my needs.
I have looked at the ATT discussion group for several days, and posted a couple of inquiries. It seems as though most of the discussion that goes on there is from ATT reps airing their gripes and grievances.
I called Motorola cus. ser. a couple days ago to get an update on the release of the v600 and the person who took the call said he never even heard of v600!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So now if i need some info i look here first.
What problems will I have if buying a Phone over the net vrs ....
Anyway, my question is:
Its obvious the "on-line" store is giving the phone away cause they want to get credit for signing you up with their carrier which in this case is Cingular. My current carrier is already Cingular therefore are they or will they still sell me the phone (give it to me as their advertizing says "for free") when............. (now correct me if Im wrong but,), I believe that if this on-line store is in Ohio, and Im in Texas I would have to take this phone in a local Cingular (texas) to get it connected/activated anyway.
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is there a wireless service ranking or rating??
so if there a link or site out there i would like to see it.
Is forum as user friendly as possible?
(you may have to cut and paste to your address bar)
this way, a thread will be readable from top to bottom, instead on having to hunt for the original post, and those following it. any opinions?
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Phone Finder Enhancements
A couple of much-requested enhancements have been made to the Phone Finder:
- In Extended mode, there is now a "Global Availability" option in addition to the "U.S. Carrier Availability" option. Before, if you searched for "coming soon" phones, you could only find phones that were listed as "tentative" for at least one specific U.S. carrier.
The new Global Availability lets you search for unreleased phones regardless of whether a U.S. carrier has plans to release the phone. It also lets you search for released phones, even if the phone has not yet been released with a U.S. carrier.
- Platform / OS has been added to the Phone Finder. This lets you search for Palm OS phones, Series 60 phones,
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First "Interactive Review"
But now that the site is pretty big, manufacturers really want me to review their phones, and I frequently have access to pre-release phones that lots of people are interested in.
So I'm going to try something new - an "interactive review". I'll post some casual first impressions, and then people are welcome to ask me questions about it, while I still have the phone (usually a week or two).