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deffective battery or just too much usage


Apr 1, 2008, 8:52 PM
i've had my voyager for couple weeks now battery life started good now i'm happy if i make it thru the day with it.

for example last night charged it all the way then took if off of the charger around 10 pm, it was "in standby" till about 7 am and then i've started to use it. about 100 txt messages, 30 mins of web, 30 mins calls and about 20 mins of tv and it was dead by 6 pm. we're talking about 12 hours of on/off usage ....is it too much to ask from standard battery or that's as good as it gets?

any info is appreciated

Apr 1, 2008, 9:18 PM
that seems like quite a bit of usage. I think any phone would be almost dead after that. you have to consider that 30 minutes of web browsing and 20 minutes of tv watching takes a lot of battery. not to mention adding lots of text messaging and some talking on the phone. I think mine would probably be dead as well. not sure tho, hope that helped..a little 🙂

Apr 2, 2008, 9:02 AM
I agree, that is alot of usage. I probably send about 20-30 texts/day, light talking, and listen to about 20 of music/day and my phone will last about 2 days. I think what's killing you is the TV usage. Powering the screen probably takes alot of power. If you still aren't satisfied, take it in to a store, they can test your battery to see if it's no good.

Apr 3, 2008, 7:04 AM
oh yeah I'd also have to agree that's a lot of usage. I just bought my voyager 2 days ago and yesterday i didn't use my web heavily, i did about 50 texts, 2 5 minute phone calls and some emails. nothing too big and it didn't even get me through about half the day without going dead. I'm goingto the store today to have my battery exchanged. i have a feeling it could be a defective battery. I never use mobile tv just watch videos on youtube. hope this helps somewhat.

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