Re: Verizon V710 Settlement
- From: "Kevin Weaver" <kevinweaver@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 13:43:34 -0800
Same for me as well. They never told me anything. I had the bad echo so I
took my 815 back and they acted as "We never heard of that problem before"
Yeah right. Called Motorola and they admitted there is a problem. They also
told me they don't know if it can be fixed or not.
I took it back and got the LG 8100 Which is also a crip. But no echo. A few
other things bugged me as well with the 815...
The charger port, The flip being week to the point that it would close with
the slightest movement. The voice part in the 815 blows away the 8100LG but
that dam echo was the deal killer.
Now looking at the 8100 I'm glad I went with it. I like it better then the
815 but I never got around to trying out much.
"Verizon User" <anonymous@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> The settlement, quite frankly, should cover all people purchasing that
>>> phone. I bought mine specifically so I could sync my numbers/phone book
>>> with my car via bluetooth. And then I couldn't despite the fact they
>>> told me it was a fully functional bluetooth phone. Why do It's just
>> that in Jan, Verizon actively admitted the crippling of the 710. Just
>> like me, you bought one knowing the limitations, and accepted that you
>> must hack it to make it the phone you want. It's a great phone
>> regardless, thank you Super Dave.
> A) I had no idea of any limitations. Before purchasing the phone the
> Verizon salesperson told me that the phone would absolutely sync with my
> car and let me do all the bluetooth functions. I do recall a 3" x 2"
> sheet of paper tucked into the phone manual stating that some bluetooth
> functions were disabled- but I did not see this paper until the phone was
> purchased and I opened up the manual inside the box.
> B) I have no idea how to hack a phone- so you are wrong again.
> Maybe now Verizon reps tell customers that the Phone will not work to sync
> the phone book with your car, but I can assure you that when I purchased
> my phone in Jan 2005, the reps knew nothing of the sort. Also, if you
> look at a verizon store even today, there is no bluetooth disclaimer on
> the phone info card where they list phone features on the demo phones
> along the wall.
> I don't want money, I just want to either get out of my contract so I can
> go to a carrier that doesn't limit bluetooth, OR I would love Verizon to
> get my current phone's bluetooth fully functional.
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