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Verizon's Poor Equipment Selection

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by JLP, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     



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  2. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  3. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  4. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  5. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  6. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  7. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  8. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  9. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  10. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  11. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  12. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  13. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  14. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  15. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  16. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  17. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  18. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  19. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     
  20. George

    George Guest

    "Richard Ness" <richardno@damnspam.nessnet.com> wrote in message
    news:lM-dnR_3BPoHREzdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
    > I'm nowhere near being a kid and I prefer the 'flip' type of phone.
    >
    > 1. A 'flip' type of phone protects the display and keypad. The display

    from getting scratched and
    > the keypad from accidental key presses.
    >
    > 2. On Moto 'flip' phones anyway, you can set them up to answer when you

    open them. That's *NO*
    > key strokes to answer.
    >
    > 2. A 'flip' phone preserves the ergonomics of ear to mouth distance. What

    I mean is testing shows that
    > people prefer to have a headset that covers the ear and that one can 'talk

    into'. Being of 'flip' type
    > design allows for this, yet also allows a smaller form factor when closed.
    >
    > Yes, "tri-mode" is still best (800 AMPS, 800 CDMA and 1900 CDMA)
    >
    >

    Also not a kid and I prefer flip phones for the same reasons (especially the
    second #2). LG phones can also be set to answer when opened.
     

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