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t730 vs lg 440

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by steve, Sep 15, 2003.

  1. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Ummm... Account connection settings? for dropped calls?
    Assuming you were able to establishe the calls in question
    and then they were dropped some time during the call, I
    would say it was the phone. Same for signal problems.

    -Quick

    "Steve" <sryan@tendb.com> wrote
    > I got a T730 a month ago. My reception was very poor. I took it back
    > to exchange it today for a new phone because it seemed to me that
    > there must be something wrong with the initial one I got. It would
    > drop calls and have problems connecting in places where my previous
    > phone had no problems (v120c). After making the exchange at the
    > verizon store, the clerk made a final check on the settings for my
    > account. It turned out that the account's connection settings were
    > not setup correctly for a T730 phone. She had them change it. The
    > phone works very well right now. I'm not sure wheter it was the
    > replacement phone or the account change, but what a difference!
    > So you have problems with a T730, check with verizon first and be
    > sure that your account is setup correctly. Especially if you had
    > you service changed from a previous phone to the T730.
    >
    > Hope this helps...
     



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  2. Ken

    Ken Guest

    Steve, if you are sure that your "account setup" was changed, and not your
    T730, it would be a big help to people if you could find out what they
    changed. Lots of people report dropped calls on the T720/730 but others
    have no problem. I have always assumed that this is explained by variations
    in the manufacturing process. (In other words, lots of lemons.) But if
    there are account settings at play here, it would be great to find out what
    they are.


    "Steve" <sryan@tendb.com> wrote in message
    news:3b19d515.0310131136.a060cf7@posting.google.com...
    > I got a T730 a month ago. My reception was very poor. I took it back
    > to exchange it today for a new phone because it seemed to me that
    > there must be something wrong with the initial one I got. It would
    > drop calls and have problems connecting in places where my previous
    > phone had no problems (v120c). After making the exchange at the
    > verizon store, the clerk made a final check on the settings for my
    > account. It turned out that the account's connection settings were
    > not setup correctly for a T730 phone. She had them change it. The
    > phone works very well right now. I'm not sure wheter it was the
    > replacement phone or the account change, but what a difference!
    > So you have problems with a T730, check with verizon first and be
    > sure that your account is setup correctly. Especially if you had
    > you service changed from a previous phone to the T730.
    >
    > Hope this helps...
     

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