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T730c

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by JD, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     



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  2. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  3. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  4. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  5. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  6. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  7. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  8. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  9. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  10. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  11. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  12. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  13. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  14. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  15. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  16. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  17. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  18. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  19. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     
  20. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <pk2lpcymgv2n.2ih0q4dyc7r6.dlg@40tude.net>, Traveling Man <> wrote:
    >On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 04:20:17 GMT, JD wrote:
    >
    >> Motorola's website has a t730c model, which looks pretty good - tri mode,
    >> color screen -- basically looks like a good flip type motorola telephone
    >> without camera or other useless frills, and decent battery life, and they
    >> say on the motorola site that its a verizonwireless phone.
    >>
    >> But, its not listed on the verizon site.
    >>
    >> I wrote to verizon's site and they say its not compatible. Is that a lie?
    >>
    >> Can this phone be used on Verizon's service as motorola's website says?
    >>
    >> I really need to keep using verizon (I am in NY city where the other
    >> services really are bad) but I hate the horrible phone selection offered by
    >> verizon now. I am still using a v60i and want better.
    >>
    >> Any ideas? I want try mode and everything else seems like moving backwards.

    >
    >They are full of it. VZ sold T730c's until recently. I think they just
    >want you to buy one of the new "toys" they are offering.
    >
    >Check around. You might still find one at a local VZ store or through one
    >of their resellers like Radio Shack. eBay also has them listed, both used
    >and new.
    >
    >FWIW, I have one and it works great!
    >
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=345


    VZW authorized agents in the SF Bay Area in California still sell the
    T730c... saw an ad in the newspaper this morning. The GSM version of
    the T730 is not compatible with VZW, but the T730c certainly is.
     

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