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Hanging up VX4500 in Driving Mode

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by C C, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     



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  2. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  3. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  4. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  5. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  6. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  7. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  8. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  9. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  10. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  11. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  12. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  13. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  14. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  15. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  16. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  17. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  18. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  19. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     
  20. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 00:37:10 GMT, speedlever <speedlever@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    >Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    >talking on a cell phone!


    You can hold the phone and push buttons while driving. You can talk (and
    listen) on the phone while driving. You just can't hold it for the
    purpose of talking or listening while driving.

    All that is necessary is a headset or speakerphone.

    Voice dialing, driving mode, etc., is _not_ required.
     

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