I'm about to buy this phone from someone who says she can get it for me at a "great price" of $280.00, I already have a contract with cingular, so I want to know what is the price for the phone itself without having to sign a contract, does anyone know? if I buy the phone at $280.00 brand new with a car charger, battery, regular charger, is that a "great deal"? please let me know asap. thanks!!! 😉
😳 Okay! maybe you guys didnt understand my question, I just wanted to know if buying the phone NO CONTRACT for $280 is a good deal. I have service with cingular and i have my own sim card so I wouldnt need anything else, just the phone, What do you think? $280 with accessories a good deal?😛 I dont think best buy would have it cheaper than that, I heard they go for $300-$350, Let me know what you think, 😉
I don't own a Motorola V400 yet, but i'm planning on purchasing one soon. but from the reviews that i've read, i'm hestitant to buy it now because of the battery life and the ringers. how would you compare the ringer volume to any other phones that you've owned? your help is greatly appreciated. Should i buy or hold off.
Just purchased this phone and the manual is terrible, I can't get the voice record feature to work, i can only record a voice meesage when i am in the office tools/voice record. it appears to record the message, but when you play it back you here nothing, it shows it is playing back on the screen but no volume comes out and it even shows the volume is on 7.
the manual also states to go to motorola.com/consumer/manuals and you can download a MORE HERE refernce guide for the phone but they only have the manual that came with the phone on the site.
also can't shop for ring tones when you click cingular online in the phone, i actually can't connect at all.
also does this phone have a on/off switch, it's my first motorola...all the other... (continues)
I've been reading up on this phone, and I can't find any information on how to transfer information from a PC to the phone. Is there a way to do so with a cable, or is it strictly through the carrier's wireless service?
I just got back from my local Cingular retail location and a guy I know who works there just stopped my from buying two LG4050's when he told me that the V400 will be there in the next couple of weeks and he will put two aside for me.
The question I have is regarding the review "emperior" or something to that effect did. He makes reference to how restrictive Cingulars software on the sims are and swapping it for an unlocked chip. Can this be done with Cingular as your provider OR do you have to use t-mobile as an example if you want to use a less restrictive sim chip?
If you can get them while using Cingular, where and how much?
right now i have a nokia 3595 phone and i am looking at purchasing a v400. if i buy one not through my service provider and put the sim card from the nokia phone into this one, will it work properly? the phone i am looking at is the same service provider as what i have now...they are both cingular phones. any replies are appreciated...thanks