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cellphone worm (bluetooth)

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by noman, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen and this is
    why they have NO bluetooth capable phones available. In 2 years Verizon will
    lose %30 of it's customer base because GSM will pretty much have the market.
    Verizon's current towers can't be upgraded to what they want to provide in
    the future...so everyone is paying out of the ass right now for their shitty
    service. Unfortunately my friends still have their shitty service and get
    dropped calls and TONS of packet loss when talking all the time. I hate it
    when they call me from their cell phone. It may make a teenager happy to
    talk dirty to his young girlfriend, but when you constantly have calls
    dropped and terrible sound quality it starts to get real lame. Welcome to
    the world of Verizon.

    "noman" <noman@klassikal.net> wrote in message
    news:2jbl8hFv8kmgU1@uni-berlin.de...
    > The Financial Times had an article today on what is believed to be the
    > first worm to infect cellphones (proof-of-concept only, not running in
    > the wild). It's specific to Bluetooth-capable phones running the
    > Symbian os (Nokia, Siemans and Panasonic, at least). So I guess
    > Verizon's technical short-sightedness in not backing Bluetooth has an
    > unintended benefit...
    >
     



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  2. Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen and this is
    why they have NO bluetooth capable phones available. In 2 years Verizon will
    lose %30 of it's customer base because GSM will pretty much have the market.
    Verizon's current towers can't be upgraded to what they want to provide in
    the future...so everyone is paying out of the ass right now for their shitty
    service. Unfortunately my friends still have their shitty service and get
    dropped calls and TONS of packet loss when talking all the time. I hate it
    when they call me from their cell phone. It may make a teenager happy to
    talk dirty to his young girlfriend, but when you constantly have calls
    dropped and terrible sound quality it starts to get real lame. Welcome to
    the world of Verizon.

    "noman" <noman@klassikal.net> wrote in message
    news:2jbl8hFv8kmgU1@uni-berlin.de...
    > The Financial Times had an article today on what is believed to be the
    > first worm to infect cellphones (proof-of-concept only, not running in
    > the wild). It's specific to Bluetooth-capable phones running the
    > Symbian os (Nokia, Siemans and Panasonic, at least). So I guess
    > Verizon's technical short-sightedness in not backing Bluetooth has an
    > unintended benefit...
    >
     
  3. Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen and this is
    why they have NO bluetooth capable phones available. In 2 years Verizon will
    lose %30 of it's customer base because GSM will pretty much have the market.
    Verizon's current towers can't be upgraded to what they want to provide in
    the future...so everyone is paying out of the ass right now for their shitty
    service. Unfortunately my friends still have their shitty service and get
    dropped calls and TONS of packet loss when talking all the time. I hate it
    when they call me from their cell phone. It may make a teenager happy to
    talk dirty to his young girlfriend, but when you constantly have calls
    dropped and terrible sound quality it starts to get real lame. Welcome to
    the world of Verizon.

    "noman" <noman@klassikal.net> wrote in message
    news:2jbl8hFv8kmgU1@uni-berlin.de...
    > The Financial Times had an article today on what is believed to be the
    > first worm to infect cellphones (proof-of-concept only, not running in
    > the wild). It's specific to Bluetooth-capable phones running the
    > Symbian os (Nokia, Siemans and Panasonic, at least). So I guess
    > Verizon's technical short-sightedness in not backing Bluetooth has an
    > unintended benefit...
    >
     
  4. Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen and this is
    why they have NO bluetooth capable phones available. In 2 years Verizon will
    lose %30 of it's customer base because GSM will pretty much have the market.
    Verizon's current towers can't be upgraded to what they want to provide in
    the future...so everyone is paying out of the ass right now for their shitty
    service. Unfortunately my friends still have their shitty service and get
    dropped calls and TONS of packet loss when talking all the time. I hate it
    when they call me from their cell phone. It may make a teenager happy to
    talk dirty to his young girlfriend, but when you constantly have calls
    dropped and terrible sound quality it starts to get real lame. Welcome to
    the world of Verizon.

    "noman" <noman@klassikal.net> wrote in message
    news:2jbl8hFv8kmgU1@uni-berlin.de...
    > The Financial Times had an article today on what is believed to be the
    > first worm to infect cellphones (proof-of-concept only, not running in
    > the wild). It's specific to Bluetooth-capable phones running the
    > Symbian os (Nokia, Siemans and Panasonic, at least). So I guess
    > Verizon's technical short-sightedness in not backing Bluetooth has an
    > unintended benefit...
    >
     
  5. Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen and this is
    why they have NO bluetooth capable phones available. In 2 years Verizon will
    lose %30 of it's customer base because GSM will pretty much have the market.
    Verizon's current towers can't be upgraded to what they want to provide in
    the future...so everyone is paying out of the ass right now for their shitty
    service. Unfortunately my friends still have their shitty service and get
    dropped calls and TONS of packet loss when talking all the time. I hate it
    when they call me from their cell phone. It may make a teenager happy to
    talk dirty to his young girlfriend, but when you constantly have calls
    dropped and terrible sound quality it starts to get real lame. Welcome to
    the world of Verizon.

    "noman" <noman@klassikal.net> wrote in message
    news:2jbl8hFv8kmgU1@uni-berlin.de...
    > The Financial Times had an article today on what is believed to be the
    > first worm to infect cellphones (proof-of-concept only, not running in
    > the wild). It's specific to Bluetooth-capable phones running the
    > Symbian os (Nokia, Siemans and Panasonic, at least). So I guess
    > Verizon's technical short-sightedness in not backing Bluetooth has an
    > unintended benefit...
    >
     
  6. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  7. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  8. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  9. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  10. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  11. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  12. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  13. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  14. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  15. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  16. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  17. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  18. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  19. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     
  20. noman

    noman Guest

    On 2004-06-17, Killer Madness <killermo@cnet.com> wrote:
    > Don't tell me your saying Verizon knew this was going to happen


    Do you understand the word "unintended"?
     

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