Everything on my Razor works perfectly except when I go to "Games and Apps" I get a "please wait" dialog box and I just cant't get in. The hourglass flips for a minute or two and then I get some picture in my gallery.
The manual is useless...anyone able to help me? Thanks!!
I recently purchased a new european razr unlocked...phone is great except voice dial is old tech...my v710 had voice dial except for the fact that the 710 would voice dial any name programed into my phone...I didnt have to train the phone and I wasnt limited to 30 numbers for voice dialing as the razr only allows 30 numbers...the v710 also has a command for digit dialing allowing you to speak the number...you would think with this high tech phone you would get the new technology...
Does it come with a headset....and will it be cheaper at private dealerships?
Anyone know if the $499.99 includes a bluetooth headset?
Secondly, does anyone know if it will be a little cheaper (like $50) at private dealerships? I have a couple of private dealerships around me and they sometimes sell the phones a bit cheaper than the corporate dealers.
Don't worry, I'm not getting mad because they are as uninformed as I am. I am getting mad because I am exponentially more informed than they are. Luckily I FINALLY found a rep, who, within 2 minutes had given me all the information I needed, something that half a dozen other Cingular reps couldn't do.
Hey everyone...I stopped in to a soon to be Cingular Corporate location on 34th st and 7th ave in mid-town Manhattan...I, much like all of you out there, have been trying to get as much info as possible, so here's my contribution...
- Motorola will be shipping the Razr V3 on or around November 18th - The Razr V3 will be available the beginning of December - The Razr V3 will cost from $600-$700.
Take it for what it's worth...the reps also said Cingular realizes it will be hard to sell the phone for that much and that since the merger has just taken place, deals and negotiating can happen to draw in new customers.
After reading all the threads about razr being taken off web and not released till 1st of year ect ect...I called my buddy a large cingular agent in our area also close friends with motorola rep and cingular corp...he says"the reason razr is off the website is people are going crazy sending emails to cingular about the high price of the phone...in talking to other cing agents he found that they were already planning to drop price to at least 399.00 with 2 yr contract...he thinks cingular may drop price even lower because most people wont buy phone at this price...cingular apparently is rethinking their pricing position is his guess...he usually knows what he is talking about...
I am not a phonenik. I use my phone solely, and only, as a phone for making and receiving calls. I want super reception and great sound volume in the ear piece. I also like the idea of a wireless headphone (since I use the phone alot in my car) so I want Blue tooth (which of course puts me in a more highly technical phone).
I don't need or intend to use the phone for anything else but I am mystified as to which is the best/better phone for my needs. I don't understand whether the technical differences will affect reception or sound. I know that whatever phone I get, there will be gadgets galore that I will never use. So, if you can tell from "listed features", and----since I want a flip/clamshell type phone--- which phone should I get---... (continues)
I just check Cingular website and the V 3 is gone and so it the v 551. Both phones were on there yesterday. I called yesterday to Cingular and nobody even knew it was on the Cingular's web page. So it might be that we won't get the phone until the beginning of the year. Cingular I wish you would get your S--t together and quit teasing us. Seeuall from Michigan