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Need cell phone with voice dialing and calling plan w unlimited anytime minutes

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by C. Smith, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. C. Smith

    C. Smith Guest

    I am looking for a cell phone plan with unlimited anytime minutes. Idon't need long distance, but unlimited local incoming and outgoing.I also need hardware for this plan. The cell phone needs to havevoice dialing capability. Since I need to dial when
    I am driving, themore voice dialing stuff a phone has the better. I heard that therewas a AT&T compatible phone that would even let you dial digits withyour voice (like a calling card PIN). It would be great to have onewith a phone book that you could b
    rowse by having the phone read namesto you and selecting one of then via voice. Maybe you could evennarrow down your search by giving it letters via your voice.
     



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  2. C. Smith <cs31504@hotmail.com> wrote:

    >
    >I am looking for a cell phone plan with unlimited anytime minutes.
    >Idon't need long distance, but unlimited local incoming and outgoing.


    You will probably need to use a local provider, not a national one. If
    you live in Atlanta, parts of Florida, or parts of northern California,
    www.metropcs.com might be the way to go. Unlimited local calls for $35.

    Sacramento has another local provider with an unlimited local plan; so
    there's some chance that other towns will have at least one.

    >I also need hardware for this plan. The cell phone needs to have
    >voice dialing capability. Since I need to dial when I am driving,
    >the more voice dialing stuff a phone has the better. I heard that
    >there was a AT&T compatible phone that would even let you dial
    >digits with your voice (like a calling card PIN). It would be great to
    >have one with a phone book that you could browse by having the phone
    >read names to you and selecting one of then via voice. Maybe you could
    >even narrow down your search by giving it letters via your voice.


    Can't help with that.



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  3. C. Smith <cs31504@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > I am looking for a cell phone plan with unlimited anytime minutes.


    Where do you live?

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  4. "Jack Hamilton" <jfh@acm.org> wrote in message
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    > C. Smith <cs31504@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > >
    > >I am looking for a cell phone plan with unlimited anytime minutes.
    > >Idon't need long distance, but unlimited local incoming and outgoing.

    >
    > You will probably need to use a local provider, not a national one. If
    > you live in Atlanta, parts of Florida, or parts of northern California,
    > www.metropcs.com might be the way to go. Unlimited local calls for $35.
    >
    > Sacramento has another local provider with an unlimited local plan; so
    > there's some chance that other towns will have at least one.


    In Charlotte, North Carolina and the Triad metro area of North Carolina,
    Cricket Communications (http://www.cricketcommunications.com or
    http://www.mycricket.com) has unlimited plans. They have lots of other areas
    too; check them out. (See Cricket Areas on their Website.)

    In Durham, North Carolina and Wilmington, North Carolina, Kiwi PCS has a
    very similar plan, see http://www.kiwipcs.com.

    *Michael Notforyou*
    Both are CDMA providers.
     
  5. "C. Smith" wrote:
    >
    > I am looking for a cell phone plan with unlimited anytime minutes. I don't need long distance, but unlimited local incoming and outgoing. I also need hardware for this plan. The cell phone needs to have voice dialing capability. Since I need to dial

    when I am driving, the more voice dialing stuff a phone has the better. I heard that there was a AT&T compatible phone that would even let you dial digits with your voice (like a calling card PIN). It would be great to have one with a phone book that y
    ou could browse by having the phone read names to you and selecting one of then via voice. Maybe you could even narrow down your search by giving it letters via your voice.

    Asked and answered.

    How many times are you going to repeat yourself?

    Larry
     

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