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Aug 2, 2005, 11:04 PM

Sound quality?

This phone caught my attention, and I'm curious to know what the sound quality & reception quality for it is. I currently have an LG VX4400, and to me the sound quality is mediocre at best, and reception is acceptable, but nothing to phone home about.. so to speak.
Is the Kyocera KX440/444 any better? Does PTT add to or reduce sound quality, generally?

Mar 20, 2005, 11:55 AM


When will it release for uscc.
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Apr 22, 2005, 2:50 PM

PTT's available from Verizon

I am searching out information on the Kyocera KX444. I am curious as to how durable this phone will be. It looks stout, but have any of you ever dropped it?
I handle the communications for a construction company, so "tough" is a necessity.

Mar 27, 2005, 2:35 PM

Verizon Ptt Samsung a690 anyone, anyone???????

Anyone verizon user know whats the deal with the samsung a690. Will it ever come out or what? Phonescoop has every feature that it has filled in the blanks when u preview the phone on this site and it even states in the description that its specifically for VERIZON. Whats the hold up verizon or is it samsung to blame? Anyone have any info or an inside verizon connection please share the news on this!!!!!!!!!

Mar 4, 2005, 7:44 PM

Any body notice this or is it just me

Ok v fans i need some input on this. I just bought a lg 4700 on Tues of this week and it works great. The ptt is on point, FINALLY but it does take some time to get used to especially cause its new but i got the hang of it. But i have noticed is that the bars on this phone jump up and down alot, i don't lose signal or anything but its something that i ain't used to seeing being a verizon customer cause that feature is a nextel thing lol. Maybe i am being a little to worried and paranoid cause i have been paying extra attention to the phone with ptt and all and the phones features but i was just wondering if maybe its my phone in particular or is it the lg 4700 model itself is why cause the the other ptt phones don't interest me at all but if...
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Feb 20, 2004, 11:54 AM


We sorely need new PTT phones available. It would be nice too if you could get one for less than $200. If verizon wants people to accept PTT plans, they need three key factors in place: 1) more handset selection. 2) cheaper handsets. This goes hand in hand with 1. It just doesn't make sense to me why the V60p is so damn expensive. You can get a camera phone for the same price or less. Make a PTT phone for $100 and people will want to buy it. 3) monthly plans that work for consumers. Verizon is pushing for family plans, additional lines. People are already comparing Verizon's $20 additional line charge with other carriers who add a line for 10 or 15. Its pretty absurd to expect a Mom, Dad, and two kids to pay $60 per line for push to talk. Th...
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Feb 21, 2005, 3:04 PM

How is it workin everyone

Ok everyone please let us all know how the ptt works. Does it work like nextel and performance wise, does it have that same stuff like the v60p where it had to be in contact with that buddy list nonsense and u miss calls goin right to voice mail, cause i remember those days, etc... Reviews please!!!!! Be honest
VZW Sales

Feb 5, 2005, 6:07 PM

Release date 2/21

In my Eroes.

Aug 23, 2004, 3:44 PM

Kyocera website shows this as already released?

Confused Did someone other than verizon pick this up? If verizon is still planning on releasing this, when? Will it be released before the koi? Does anyone know whats coming next?
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Feb 23, 2004, 12:05 AM

Release Date???

when is this phone suppose to come out for Verizon?
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Feb 3, 2004, 9:00 AM


I think all new model phones should come standard with a camera. It is the future in wireless network. No more caller ID but picture ID.
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